Retailer, Wholesaler, and Other Marks

Eaton to Eyland

Benjamin G. Eaton

Mexico, NY c. 1860-1870

E.G. & F. Eaton

Olean, NY   c. 1857-1864
Brothers Elon G. and Frederick R. Eaton; fancy goods merchants.

Elon G. Eaton

Olean, NY c. 1855-1860 and Grand Rapids, MI c. 1865-1880
Jeweler.  Was in the partnership of E.G. & F. Eaton c. 1857-1864 and Eaton & Canfield with Charles Canfield 1865-1870.

T. Eaton Co. Ltd.

Toronto, ON, Canada 1869-1999
Was at one time Canada’s largest department store chain.

J.T. & E.M. Edwards

Chicago, IL  1852-1862

Joseph Einstein

Philadelphia, PA  1855-1876

Samuel H. Elliott

Lowell, MA c. 1834-1844

Elmer & Sipes

Baltimore, MD 1856-1859
Lewis E. Elmer and Ezra S. Sipes.
Watchmakers and jewelers.

Elson & Wolf

Boston, MA 1853-1854

Martin Van Buren Elson

Freeport, IL  1872-1899

William B. Eltonhead

Philadelphia, PA 1849-1880

C.M. Englehart & Son

Philadelphia, PA 1861-1885
Charles M. Englehart and William F. Englehart.

William F. Englehart

Philadelphia, PA 1861-c. 1921
Jeweler.  Was in the partnership of C.M. Englehart & Son

E.S. Ettenheimer & Co.

Rochester, NY  1860-1913
Founded by Elias S. Ettenheimer, Jacob Ettenheimer and S. Goodman.

E.S. & J. Ettenheimer

Rochester, NY  c. 1857-1859
Elias S. and Jacob Ettenheimer.

Eustis Bros.

Minneapolis, MN  1872-1911
Twin brothers Charles B. Eustis and George B. Eustis; watchmakers, jewelers and engravers.  The firm was sold to S. Jacobs & Co. in 1911.

Evans & Manning

Binghampton, NY c. 1865-1880
Alfred J. Evans and Robert T. Manning.

J. Eyland & Co.

Charleston, SC  1820-1827
Importer and retailer.