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    One of my favorite old photos of Golden.Dry Goods
    This photo dates from the 1870's and shows the storefronts along with what is now the Eastern 1100 block of Washington Avenue. The brick storefronts are still standing today.
    From left to right; they are Italian immigrants Louis Garbareno and his brother Charles, in front of Louis Billiard Hall, (originally Cheney's Chicago Saloon).
    The Dry Goods store, that is believed to belong to Rufus E. Gamble at the time, (which is the original W.A.H. Loveland Framed Building).
    The Jefferson Coal & Mining Company (who established the Hazelton and Black Diamond coal mines in Golden. This is Golden's first prefab structure).
    The two story brick building was the Colorado Transcript Newspaper (on the second floor) and it is the 3rd and longest home of the Transcript newspaper to date, for over 97 years. Dr. Kelly's Drug store is on the first floor of this building.
    The white building in the background with the castle tower is the First Baptist Church, before the tower was converted to a spire in the 1880's.
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    One of my favorite old photos of Golden.

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    GOOD OL' G-TOWN!!!

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