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August and Sophia Bliefernicht Gamm

 

Gamm Crockery

400 E Main

 

 

August and Sophia Bliefernicht Gamm††††† WHS_005_391

 

 

Early Watertown Settlers.August and Sophia Bliefernicht Gamm owned and ran Gamm Crockery on Main Street in Watertown.

 

1884

08 18†††††† That handsome sign of August Gammís crockery store, so conspicuous on the Fourth Street wall of the establishment, is the work of Brown Brothers & Dobbratz, and shows up splendidly with its fine hanging lamp and elegant display of dishes.†† WR

 

1910c

 

1914

 

1916

Weltburger ad

 

1919

CHRISTMAS AD

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Gamm Home, 901 S. Sixth St

 

Gamm Home at 901 S. Sixth St.

Built around 1860, was owned by August Gamm, who

along with his brother George owned the store at 400 East Main Street.

 

 

Cross References:

Gamm, August / 1909, 1935, 400 E Main, crockery & glassware, city directories

 

 

 

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