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Appendix C SANTA FE CURIO SHOP LISTINGS, 1900 TO 1940 1883 Jake Gold. 1889 Jake Gold, Thomas Moore, New Mexico Norfleet. 1907/8 J. S. Candelario, A. J. Spiegelberg. 1913/14 The Bradfields, J. S. Candelario, Juan Olivas. 1920 J. S. Candelario, J. F. Collins, Julius Gans, Juan Olivas. 1921 Candelario’s Indian Trading Post, J. F. Collins Co., Juan Olivas, Southwest Arts and Crafts (owned by Julius Gans). 111 1929* Burro Weavers, Emporium (Indian and Old Mexico Curio Dept.), Dick Marsh, McCrossen Hand-woven Products, Old Santa Fe Trading Post, Southwest Indian Trading Co., Spanish and Indian Trading, Inc. 1930/31 Abreu Marcus, Axtec Studio, Candelario’s Indian Trading Post, J. F. Collins, La Fonda Indian Shop, Liane’s, The Little Shop, Andrew Ohrn, Old Santa Fe Trading Post, Juan Olivas, San Miguel Curio Shop, Santa Fe Jewel Shop, Southwest Arts and Crafts, Spanish Arts, Spanish and Indian Trading Co., Thunder Bird Shop. 1932/33 Candelario’s Indian Trading Post, J. F. Collins, Kraft Shop, La Fonda Indian Shop, Liane’s, The Little Shop, Old Mexican Shop, Old Santa Fe Trading Post, San Miguel Curio Shop, Santa Fe Jewel Shop, Southwest Arts and Crafts, Spanish Arts, Spanish and Indian Trading Co., Thunder Bird Shop, Unique Jewelry Co. 1936/37 American Studio, Candelario’s Indian Trading Post, La Fonda Indian Shop, The Little Shop, Native Market, Navajo Shop, Old Indian Shop, Old Santa Fe Trading Post, G. A. Ortiz, Southwest Arts and Crafts, Southwestern Master Craftsmen Inc., Spanish Chest, Spanish & Indian Trading Co., Thunder Bird Shop, Webb Young Trader. 1940 Cactus Shop, Candelario’s Indian Trading Post, Chimayo Curio Store, La Fonda Indian Shop, Dick Marsh Indian Trader, Mission Bell, Native Market, Navajo Shop, Old Indian Shop, Old Mexico Shop, Old Santa Fe Trading Post, The Peasant Shop, Rios Tiburcio, Santa Fe Jewel Shop, Southwest Arts and Crafts, Southwestern Master Craftsmen Inc., Spanish and Indian Trading Co., Thunder Bird Shop. 1944 Candelario’s Indian Trading Post, Chimayo Curio Shop, Dendahl’s, La Fonda Indian Shop, Iris Card and Gift Shop, Navajo Shop, Old Mixico Shop, Old Santa Fe Trading Post, 112 APPENDIX C Peasant Shop, Frank Patania, Santa Fe Jewel Shop, Southwest Arts and Crafts, Southwestern Master Craftsmen Inc., Spritz Jewelry Store and Gift Shop, Thunder Bird Shop. 1953 Bedell Eleanor Trading Post, Chaparral Trading Post, Candelario’s Indian Trading Post, Chimayo Curio Store, El Ortiz Curio Shop, La Fonda Indian Shop, Little Shop, Old Mexico Shop, Original Curio Shop, Quivira Indian Shop, Santa Fe Gift Shop, Shop of the Oldest House, Shop of the Rainbow Man, Southwest Arts and Crafts, Southwestern Master Craftsmen Inc., Spritz Jewelry Store and Gift Shop, Thunder Bird Shop. Information for Appendix C was gathered from McKenney’s Business Directory (Kansas City: Pacific Press, 1882), 339, Kansas State Historical Society; Southern Pacific Coast Directory (McKenney Directory Co, 1888), 480–87, CSL; New Mexico Business Directory for 1903–04 (Denver: The Gazetteer Publishing Co., 1903), 634; New Mexico Business Directory for 1907–08 (Denver: The Gazetteer Publishing Co., 1907), 803; New Mexico Business Directory for 1913–14 (Denver: The Gazetteer Publishing Co., 1913), 819; New Mexico Business Directory for 1913–14 (Denver: The Gazetteer Publishing Co., 1913), 819; New Mexico Business Directory for 1920 (Denver: The Gazetteer Publishing Co., 1920), 561; New Mexico Business Directory for 1921 (Denver: The Gazetteer Publishing Co., 1921), 102–12; New Mexico Business Directory for 1930 (Denver: The Gazetteer Publishing Co., 1930), 629, Museum of New Mexico; Santa Fe City Directory 1930–31 (El Paso: Hudspeth Directory Co., 1930), 260; Santa Fe City Directory 1932–33 (El Paso: Hudspeth Directory Co., 1932), 223; Santa Fe City Directory 1936–37 (El Paso: Hudspeth Directory Co., 1936), 276–77; Santa Fe City Directory 1940 (El Paso: Hudspeth Directory Co., 1940), 354; Santa Fe City Directory 1944 (El Paso: Hudspeth Directory Co., 1944), 372. *Advertisements in Santa Fe, New Mexico: The Ancient City (Santa Fe: Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce, 1929). The directories were found at the Museum of New Mexico unless noted otherwise. I 113 Santa Fe Curio Shop Listings, 1900 to 1940 ...

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