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The Miner’s Store




The Miner’s Store

Line of Work:

Manufacturer and Retailer of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Home Furnishing for the Bisbee Area

Years of Operation: 1905 - 1935

Address:

2 Naco Rd, Bisbee, AZ, United States

Additional Information:

The Miner's Store was a landmark in the Warren district of the mining town of Bisbee, Arizona during its booming years in the early 1900s. Founded by Louis Brown in 1905, it was an important retail outlet for clothes and miscellaneous supplies for the town's residents. While Louis Brown moved to Los Angeles, sometime before 1917, he still spent a considerable amount of time in Bisbee helping out the store and the community. The listed date of closing is only an estimate.

Founder Information

First NameLast NameDuties/InformationYear of BirthImage
LouisBrownFounder and Proprieter1850-1899

Storefront/Main Building

Additional Members/Employees

First NameLast NameDuties/InformationYear of BirthImage
R.HorvitzCo-Owner 1906-1907
LouisDicksteinHead Clerk

Number of Employees:

20-29

Advertisements, Paraphernalia, Promotional Items

Grand Opening - April 22, 1905

Fourth of July Sale - 1920

Who Made Your Clothes Advertisement - 1907

Kabo Corsets - 1921

Additional Miscellaneous Images

Inside the Miner's Store Factory

Article about Miner's Store and Factory - 1917

The Miner’s Store

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