Hope & Miller
Knoxville, TN 1868-c. 1876
John W. Hope and Frederick A. Miller; watchmakers and jewelers.
Watson Leverett Hoskins
Owego, NY 1858-1911 Jeweler.
Henry O. Hood
Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC 1847-1873 Importer.
E.B. Horn Co.
Boston, MA 1839-Present Jewelers, founded by Edwin B. Horn.
Charles W. Hurll
New Bedford, MA c. 1858-1899 Jeweler and watchmaker.
Hyman, Berg & Co.
Chicago, IL c. 1889-1910 Harry Sigmund Hyman and
Morris H. Berg.
James A. Horne
Dover, NH 1864-1883
Hyde & Bettys
Auburn, NY 1861-1883 James Hyde and John Bettys.
H.J. Howe Jewelers
Syracuse, NY c. 1865-c. 1978 Founded by Henry J. Howe.
Albany, NY 1835-1847 Jeweler.
Auburn, NY c. 1850-1883 Jeweler and musical instrument dealer.
Howland & Hayden
Bath, ME c. 1874-1887
Horace G. Hudson
Amesbury, MA 1870-1912 Jeweler and optician. Designed several
souvenir spoons which were made by the Wm. B. Durgin Co. and Gorham.
Howland & Donnell
Bath, ME 1863-1873 John T. Howland
and Calvin C. Donnell, merchants.
Hutchinson & Connell
Portsmouth, NH 1872-1882
John H. Hutchinson and James R. Connell.
The J.L. Hudson Co.
A Detroit, MI, based department store founded in 1881 by Joseph L. Hudson.
In 1969, it was acquired by The Dayton Co. to form the Dayton-Hudson Corp.
In 2000, the remaining Hudson stores were changed to Marshall Field's, which
had also been acquired by Dayton-Hudson in 1990.
Hoskins & Evans
Owego, NY c. 1861
Hughes & Dorland
Cincinnati, OH c. 1857-1859 Importers.
Hood to Hyman
Hood to Hyman
Edward H. Hopkins
Penn Yan, NY 1869-1920
Theron M. Howard
St. Johnsbury, VT 1856-1870 Continued in the partnership of
Howard & Rowell wih Alfred D. Rowell 1870-1887.
Granville H. Hull
Fort Wayne, IN c. 1858 and Lafayette, IN c. 1860-1890 Jeweler.
William B. Hudson
Ebensburg, PA c. 1850-1852; Columbus, OH 1853-1854; Cleveland, OH 1854-1860;
and Sandusky, OH 1860-1875 Jeweler and watchmaker.