Wednesday, May 20, 2015

page 52 -- W.B. Dennis, The N.Y. 25 Ct. Store, W.T. Coleman & Co.,Martin D. Fitzpatrick

updated 18 October 2015
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W.B. Dennis was listed as a merchant selling "fancy goods" in this Google Books reference:


Can you decipher the inscription on the obelisk?
(We can safely say it's not Egyptian!)

If you find anything on this outfit, please comment below or email me. Thanks!
W.T. Coleman & Co., 180 Pearl St., NYC & Corner of Calif. and Front St., San Francisco
As of 2015, the poster below illustrating the many uses of Smith Brothers Borax is widely reproduced and available for purchase on Amazon and eBay:






So far, no luck tracking down Mr. Fitzpatrick's business.
Please help if you can!
Comment below or email me if you have information.
Thanks!


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