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Thomas (WBW, p. 24-25) provides the history of this company. He notes that Joseph Goldie formed a partnership with Dwight W Heberling and in 1906 took over the James Sheehan & Co. liquor store located on 2 nd Ave. Heberling later left the partnership

In 1909, Goldie partnered with William W Klenert and it survied until 1915, when state Prohibition forced them to close the doors.

Goldie and Klenert then moved to Stockton, CA and took control of Geo S Ladd & Co., continuing there until 1918

Business name timeline:
Goldie & Heberling (1906), J Goldie (date unknown), Goldie-Klenert Distributing Co. (1909-1915)

Address timeline:
604 2 nd Ave

Business category timeline (abbreviations decoded below):

Years that company appeared in directories
Years directories were consulted
Seattle directory notes

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Appearance in directories:

Directories consulted:
1889, 1890, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1906, 1908, 1909, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914

Seattle directory notes:
W = Wine & Liquor, wholesale. Copies include Saloons for most years, not included in database. Missing Wines & Liquors for 1905, 1907

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