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Broadway List


Gun Makers & Importers on Broadway, New York, N. Y. with date of advertisement or reference by Larry B. Schuknecht

  • 18 Broadway
    1767-1776 – Gilbert Forbes, gun smith and importer

  • 23 Broadway
    1787 – R. Allen, gunsmith
    1789 – William Allen, gunsmith

  • 25 Broadway
    1927- Remington Arms Co. Inc.

  • 28 Broadway
    1849-1851 – Frederick Waller, gun dealer & importer

  • 80 Broadway
    1857-1868 – Sidney Roberts, gunsmith, importer
    moved to 172 Broadway

  • 84-86 Broadway
    1878-1900 – Schoverling, Daly & Gales

  • 104 Broadway
    1850 – John G. Bolon, Mfg., and importer

  • 110 Broadway
    1847 – Cornelius P. Dixon, importer (moved to 177
    Broadway)

  • 111 Broadway
    1927 – United States Cartridge Co.

  • 116 Broadway
    1852-1857 – Hitchcock & Co.,importer, dealer

  • 155 Broadway
    1840-1841 – Patent Arms Mf'g. Co.

  • 168 West Broadway
    1860's & 1870's – Daniel Fish, gunsmith, gun maker

  • 170 Broadway
    1857 – John G. Bolon, Mfg. and importer
    1860 – James R. Morgan, gun & pistol maker
    1867 – Smith & Rand, Manufacturer

  • 172 Broadway
    1859 – William Burroughs Jr., gun and pistol maker
    1868 – Sidnet D. Roberts, gun smith, importer, from 80 Broadway

  • 177 Broadway
    1852 – Cornelius P. Dixon- importer
    1856 – William J. Syms, gun & pistol maker, importer, went to 300 broadway
    1859-1864 – Cooper & Pond, importers, gun & pistol makers
    1867-1878 – Edwin S. Harris, gun importer
    1878- Sharps Rifle Co.

  • 178 Broadway
    1885 – H.C. Squires, agent for W. W. Gre

  • 177 & 178 Broadway
    1830-1858 – Henry T. & A. Cooper, gunsmith, gun maker, importers

  • 181 Broadway
    1830-1831 – William H. Schoonmaker, dealer in military items

  • 194 Broadway
    1830-1837 – William Hinton, gunsmith, importer

  • 196 Broadway
    1827- Jeremiah Cooper, gunsmith, gun maker, importer 203-205 Broadway
    1853-1860 – Folsom & Stevens, importers
    1856 – Henry

  • 203 Broadway
    Tomes & Co., gun maker & importer, moved from 201 Broadway

  • 204 Broadway
    1837-1854 – Moore & Baker, gun makers & importers 1860 – John P. Moore, importer

  • 208 Broadway
    1804-1815 – Benjamin & Jeremiah Cooper, gunsmiths, gun makers, military store
    1830 – John P. Moore, military store

  • 229 Broadway
    1857-1859 – Jared W. Post, gun & pistol maker

  • 233 Broadway
    1827 – Joseph Cooper, importer, gun & pistol maker (moved to 541 Broadway)

  • 234-235 Broadway
    1900 – The Gun Improvement Co., Bittiner & Jaeger, gun smiths

  • 240 Broadway
    1850's-1870's – Colf s Patent Fire Arms Co., retail sales office

  • 241 Broadway
    1885 – A.G. Spaulding & Bros., gun importers

  • 252 Broadway
    1863-1868 – Joseph W. Storrs, gun & pistol maker
    1875-1885 – L. M. & H. H. Lester, gun smiths, and gun makers
    1885 – American Field Eastern Office

  • 260 Broadway
    1859-1878 – Homer Fisher, gunsmith, gun maker, later dealer in Sporting Arms

  • 262 Broadway
    1863-1867 – Merwin & Bray, sales office
    1870 – Alford, Farr, & Clapp, gun dealers, agent for Powers Patent American Shot cart.

  • 267 Broadway
    1857-1867 – New Haven Arms Co.
    1859-1860 – Joseph Merwin, gun & pistol maker

  • 281-283 Broadway
    1878 – E. Remington & Sons
    1885 – Lamberson, Furman & Co., agents for Remington

  • 287 Broadway
    1858-1867 – Bacon Mfg. Co., Mfg. and wholesaler

  • 291 Broadway
    1853 – Henry Tomes & Co., gun maker & importer, moved to 203 Broadway

  • 293 Broadway
    1902 – Shooting & Fishing Publishing Co.

  • 298 Broadway
    1878 – Hodgkins & Haight, importers, dealers

  • 300 Broadway
    1865 – W. J. Syms & Bro., gun maker, importer
    1873-1881 – William Fowler, dealer
    1884 – Hodgkins & Haigh, gun importers, dealers 1886 – W.C. Hodgkins, gun importer, dealer
    1888 – W.C. Hodgkins & Co., gun importers, dealers w/L. R. Minard, С.M. Cobb, M. Sullivan

  • 302 Broadway
    1823-1888 – John P. Moore (& Son) ? see 208 Broadway, 204 Broadway

  • 302-304 Broadway
    1903 – Schoverling, Daly & Gales

  • 312 Broadway
    1885 – Winchester Repeating Arms Co.

  • 313-315 Broadway
    1876-1900-Hartley & Graham, importers, dealers, most likely agents for firms below

  • 313 Broadway
    1902 – Agency for J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co.
    1902 – Agency for Union Metallic Cart. Co.
    1903 – Agency for Union Metallic Cart. Co.

  • 313-317 Broadway
    1902 – Remington Arms Co.

  • 312-314 Broadway
    1859-1903 – H.D. Folsom Arms Co.

  • 314-316 Broadway
    1903 – Abercrombie & Fitch

  • 318 Broadway
    1902 – American Gunpowder Co. Lt'd.
    1902 – Von Lengerke & Detmold, importer of Mauser arms

  • 325 Broadway
    1903 – A.H. Funke, importer of Haenel arms

  • 337 Broadway
    1878 – Barton & Co., importers & Mf'grs. of guns, Huber glass ball trap

  • 346 Broadway
    1903 – Field & Stream Publishing Co.

  • 366 Broadway
    1864 – Onion & Wheelock, importers & Manf'r.

  • 404 Broadway
    1858-1864 – William H. Elliott, gunsmith, gun & pistol maker

  • 494 Broadway
    Elliott Arms Co., Mf'r., and dealer

  • 501 Broadway
    1927 – Francis Bannerman Sons

  • 523 Broadway
    1903 – H.H. Kiffe Co.

  • 541 Broadway
    1850's – Joseph Cooper, importer, gun & pistol maker, (moved from 233 Broadway)

  • Twentieth Street & Broadway
    1845 – William Marsters, gun smith

  • Broadway & Fulton Streets
    1836-1864 – Spies & Co., importer, dealer