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Address: Elizabeth st. near the South Street Seaport, Manhattan
Charles Gulden was born in New York City in 1843. at 17 years old, he went to work for his uncle, the owner of Union Mustard Mills. He had later joined the union for a short period of time during the civil war, and returned to work for his uncle. In 1862 he had founded his own company near the South Street Seaport so that it would be easier to import his mustard seeds. By 1883 his line included 30 different types of mustard and many other condiments.
The company still exists today.
W. B. Deyo / T. H. Deyo
Address: UNKNOWN, Manhattan
The history on the bottle is a little complex.
There are two sister companies, one owned by W.B. Deyo in New York City, and the other owned by T.H. Deyo in Newark NJ. They were both brothers who sold horseradish. The reason that they spread their factories so far apart was so that they can gain more customers by covering more ground.
Theron H. was born in 1861, while, William B. was born in 1863.
G. Damschinsky Liquid Hair Dye
Address: (1st) 226 E. 36th st. / (2nd) 142 E. 34th st., Manhattan
The company opened in 1890 which at the time its founder, Carl Damschinsky, patented the word "Pilocrescin" and the phrase "Hair Restorative" for his products. He moved the business in 1900 to the second address. The business closed in 1948.