Colorado History and Genealogy Project

d

 

 

 

Golden Colorado Business Directory 1871

This is one of the oldest and among the most prosperous cities of Colorado. Its location was chosen by gulch miners early in 1859, before the discovery of gold in the mountains. Its early growth in population and general importance was extremely rapid. It was for some time the principal city, as well as the capital of the Territory, and still maintains a proud position among Colorado cities, and may eventually rival the 'largest in wealth and population. Read more History or Golden Gazetteer

Attorneys At Law

Baird S. M.
De France A. H. office, corner Washington Avenue and Second
Mann J, office, corner Washington Avenue and Third
Patterson A. O.
Purkins G. W.
Rowell L. D. office, corner Washington Avenue and Third
Williams C. A.

Bankers

Carter T. J. & Company corner Washington Avenue and Second

Barbers

Coyne P. J.
Litchenheld R. Washington Avenue between First and Second
Thibadau Edward

Blacksmiths

Allen George
Andrews John
Bradley W. C. corner Ford and Second
Burnett D. C.
Crippen Thomas
Dickson C. corner Ford and Second
Dillon Ed. corner Garrison and Ford
Lyden P.
Perrin T.
Reay William
Remington J. C.
Robinson J. corner Garrison and Ford
Smith J. A. corner Water and Ford
Smith J. H.
Verdon E. F. corner Garrison and Ford
Wells A. S.

Breweries

Golden City, Bron & Kroenig, props, corner
Water and Ford
Weibel Q.

Brick Makers

Weibel Q.

Butchers

Chamberlain II. Ford, between First and Second
Dollison & Townsend, Washington Avenue between Second and Third
Mellen B. Ford, between First and Second
Mellen Jas. Ford, between First and Second
Townsend A.

Carpenters

Birch T.
Bosse C.
Boutwell J. S.
Boyd L.
Bristol N.
Campbell J. A.
Cross James C.
Foster G. J.
Gardiner B. N.
Hansbro ____
Hennegar John
Kimball George H.
King John
Le Cavalier J. E.
Lomax A. P.
Lomax E. L.
Lovell W. H.
McLaughlin D.
Milligan Robert
Miller John
Miller G. H.
Miller John D.
Rhoads J.
Snodgrass John
Townsend J.
Trenchard C.
Turner H. B.
Van Gundy George
Wilson _____

Civil Engineers

Berthoud Ed. L. office, First, between Washington Avenue and Miner

Clothing, Etc.

Nutt H. proprietor S. W. Fisher, manager, Washington Avenue between First and Second

Contractors

Austin _____
Bush John J.
Hawkins W.
Peedie A.
Scott James S.

Contractor and Builder

Parsons J. H.

Druggist

Kelley J. Washington Avenue between First and Second

Engineers

Boyd J. T.
Fleggan Louis
Kinsey Peter
Lee H.
Whitlock A.
Williams C.

Farmers

Arnold Richard
Higby G. B.
Noble Thomas
Nixon Thomas
Platte William
Williams H. C.

Flouring Mills

Barber O. F. prop. Rock, head of Arapahoe
Barnes David, corner Water and Ford

Forwarding and Commission

Loveland, Welch & Nutt

Freighters

Gorman Joseph
Grant Thomas
Moore J. L.
Reed Ben.
Wimple C. J.

Furniture (Dealer in)

Soper Frank

General Merchants

Armor, Harris & Company corner Washington Avenue and Second
Patrick & Company corner Washington Avenue and First

Groceries and Provisions (Dealers in)

Cheney P. B. Washington Avenue between First and Second
Clark C. A. Washington Avenue between First and Second
Faulkner Clarence W. corner Ford and First
Hendrickson J. G. Washington Avenue between Second and Third

Hotels

Astor House, corner Arapahoe and Second
German House, corner Washington Avenue and Water
Golden House, corner Arapahoe and Third
Johnson House, corner Ford and Second
Overland House, Washington Avenue between First and Second
Railroad House, Ford, between First and Second

Livery Stables

Doolittle T. S. corner Miner and Third
Jewett E. H

Lumber (Dealer in)

Peterson George II.

Machinists

Elliott Henry
Parker H. J.

Masons (Brick and Stone)

Bennett C. H.
Curry J. H.
Hammond E.
Hahn J.

Millers

Barbean S.
Brady Thos.

Millinery (Dealer in)

Johnson A. Second, between Washington Avenue and Miner

Molders

Frisbie Ben.
Marr William

Notary Public

Crawford D. C. office, corner Washington Avenue and Second

Paper Mill

Wells R. C. proprietor corner Washington Avenue and Fourth

Paper Makers

Anderson A. P.
Anderson C. J.

Physicians and Surgeons

Anderson Joseph, office, Platte, between Ford and Miner
Harsh Levi
Kelly J.
Moore J. M.
Sales N. G.

Planing And Flour Mill

Crisman & Fitzpatrick, corner Arapahoe and First

Pottery and Fire Brick Works

Bell Henry, proprietor corner Washington Avenue and Water; M. C. Kirby, supt.; W. H. Richards, foreman

Printers

Farrall Frank
Green Charles
McNeil S.
Smith T. J.
Sullivan James

Ranchmen

Chinn R. W.
Sullivan J. R.

Restaurants

Ballou E. B. proprietor, corner Water and Platte
E. Garbereno, proprietor, Washington Avenue between Second and Third

Saddlers and Harness makers

Kirch J. N.
Schmael & McClasky, corner Ford and Second

Saloon Keepers

Couch W. corner Washington Avenue and Platte
Garbereno Louis, Washington Avenue between First and Second
Hawkett William
Hill J. S. Washington Avenue between Second and Third
Howard A. C. corner Ford and First
Judkins C. H. Washington Avenue between First and Second
Judkins W. W. Washington Avenue between First and Second
Leach H. S. corner Ford and First
McHolland C. B. corner Ford and Water
Morris J. W. corner Ford and Platte
Rollins Isaac, corner Ford and Water

Sash, Doors and Blinds (Dealer in)

Moffett J. H. Washington Avenue between Second and Third

Shoemakers

Gardiner Stephen, Second, between Miner and Ford
Langworthy T. H.
Morris A. T.
Young & Macey, corner Miner and Second

Silversmith

Haynes M.

Stationer

Yeomans H. S corner Washington Avenue and Third

Surveyors

Raymond G. S.
Reynolds N. P
King W. T.
Singer J. P.
Thompson A. R.

Tailor

Benson N. corner Arapahoe and First

Teachers

Ambrose N.
Millington A. S. Mrs.
Osborn Mary A. Mrs.
Tipton S. Mrs.

After consulting other copies, Business Directory ends here.

Golden Gazetteer | Golden History

Rocky Mountain Directory & Colorado Gazetteer

Source: Rocky Mountain Directory and Colorado Gazetteer, 1871, S. S. Wallihan & Company, Compilers and Publishers, Denver, 1870.

 

Please come back again!

 

 

What's New ~ Who's New ~ Where New

Genealogy Village and AccessGenealogy our sponsor



This page was last updated Tuesday, 13-Jan-2015 01:24:40 EST
Copyright © 2014 - 2017
Charles W. Barnum and Judy White
The American History and Genealogy Project.

Enjoy the work of our webmasters, provide a link, do not copy their work.