Title: Doggett Dry Goods Co.

Alternate Title: Views of San Francisco

Description: Advertising card for Doggett Dry Goods Co. showing multiple views of San Francisco including: The Lotta Fountain; Stanford and Hopkins Residences; United States Branch Mint; Goden Gate Park; Hall of Records; Union Square; Palace Hotel; and the Stock Exchange. Front of card says: “Doggett Dry Goods Co. Are Headquarters for Black and Colored Dress Goods and Silks. Do You Trade There? If not Have You Given Them A Fair Trial?” Lower left corner has number B 788 and says: "Copyright 1890 by H. T. Koerner." Back of card has a description of San Francisco, a list of other cities in the advertising card series (St. Louis, Chicago, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Washington, Boston and New York), and long advertising copy for the business naming departments: "Dept. L, Silks. Dept. M, Colored Dress Goods. Dept. N, Black Dress Goods." Address is not given.

Subject(s): Advertising cards; Dry goods stores; Buildings;

Local Subject(s): Doggett Dry Goods Co.; San Francisco, California

Printer: Koerner, H. T.

Date: 1890

Item Type: Advertising Card

Dimensions: 15 x 28 cm.

Collection: Advertising Cards (SC3)
See finding aid: http://www.kchistory.org/u?/Local,37216

Company Notes: The 1892 City Directory gives address: Baltimore Avenue, Main and 11th, Kansas City, Missouri.

Location: SC3, Box 1, Dry Goods

Barcode: Front: 10019368; Back: 10019369

Repository: Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri

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