Keller & Bro.
Allentown, PA 1865-1887
Springfield, MA 1845-1858
Worcester, MA 1876-c. 1960 Founded by Frank A. Knowlton.
Henry Kohn & Sons
Hartford, CT 1893-1951 Jewelers. Became part of G. Fox & Co.
New York, NY 1828-1832 Watchmaker.
New York, NY 1860-1906 Kirkpatrick's business was
continued after his death in 1906 as T. Kirkpatrick & Co. into the
Keller & George
Charlottesville, VA 1875-Present Jewelers.
William Kendrick's Sons
Louisville, KY 1880-1930 William Carnes Kendrick and George P. Kendrick.
The business closed in 1930 due to the Great Depression, reopening in 1932 as
Wm. Kendrick Jewelers. It was sold to Gray & Merkley Jewelers in 1966 and
was re-named Merkley Kendrick Jewelers at that time, and is still in business
Theodore A. Kohn & Son
New York, NY 1889-1950s Jewelers.
Carlos R. Kimball
Vergennes, VT 1852-1869 Watchmaker and jeweler.
Syracuse, NY 1878-1884
Working as S. Kopelowich & Bro. 1880-1884.
Charles W. Kennard & Co.
Boston, MA c. 1865-1886 Succeeded by Rand & Crane.
Thompson Prior Kibbe
Johnstown, NY c. 1835-1867 Watchmaker and jeweler.
Andrew B. Kingsbury
5-1917Coventry, CT c. 1870-1881 and
Norwich, CT 1885-1916 Watchmaker and jeweler.
Pittsburgh, PA c. 1837-1850 Fancy goods merchant.
Was in the partnership of Kinsey & Snow c. 1837-1838.
Cincinnati, OH 1849-1892
E. Kersey & Son
Richmond, VA 1870-1878 Edward Kersey and son James Q. Kersey.
Reading, PA c. 1850-1878; 1881-1882
Skowhegan, ME 1836-1844 and Milwaukee, WI 1844-1855
Went into the lumber business in 1856.
John C. Kelley
Philadelphia, PA c. 1849-1877
Amoskeag, NH 1837; Manchester, NH 1837; Newmarket, NH 1841-1853;
Concord, NH 1853-1885 Watchmaker and jeweler.
Leonard Krower / Leonard Krower & Son
New Orleans, LA
Krower worked alone 1897 to 1916, forming Leonard Krower & Son in 1916.
He died c. 1918 and the firm remained in business until 1965.