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Comestibles & Fijne Vleeschwaren – F.G. Lebbing – Amsterdam, NL

© Frank H. Jump

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Louis Baunach – Prime Meats – New Sauerkraut – circa Early 1900s – Possibly Richmond Hill or Ridgewood, Queens

CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE © Frank H. Jump

CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE © Frank H. Jump

CLOSE-UP – CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE © Frank H. Jump

CLOSE-UP- CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE © Frank H. Jump

According to genealogy website Mocavo, A “Louis Baunach was born on September 10, 1879 and died on February, 1969 at the age of 90…. Louis’s last known place of residence was Richmond Hill, Queens County, New York.” I am not certain that this is the same Louis Baunach as in this image, which Vincenzo and I bought in a second-hand story in Fishs Eddy, NY almost two decades ago. It is also unclear as to whether or not these images were taken in Queens. Feel free to help solve this mystery.

Tasty Meats – Delicious & Refreshing – Coca-Cola Remnant – Allentown, PA

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© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

La Borinqueña Meat Market – Underwear – Rivington Street, LES – NYC

Thanks for pointing these out Vincenzo! © Frank H. Jump

Formerly owned by Dimas Otero. It will now be a Yemeni market.

Thanks for pointing these out Vincenzo! © Frank H. Jump

Imperial Beef Co. – Bushwick, Brooklyn

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

Importers of Wholesale Sausage? – Esteve Packing Corporation – Hugh King & Co. Building 1881 – Home of MTV's Real World – 630-632 Hudson Street, NYC

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

According to Tracie Rozhon’s New York Times article, Habitats/632 Hudson Street; Restuffing the Sausage – published: January 23, 1994: the four-story, 8,000-square-foot building erected in 1847 between Jane and Horatio Streets by the heirs of Richard Towning.

A CAST-IRON cornice bearing the name of the produce merchant Hugh King was placed across 632 and its twin, 630 Hudson, in 1881.

The Esteve family bought the building during World War II to make candy, according to Edward V. Esteve, a Long Island lawyer. You couldn’t get torrone, a Spanish nougat, during the war, so we started making it,” he said. – NY Times

The Esteve family purchased the building during World War II with the intentions to begin producing candy. The family switched to sausage in the mid-1950’s. By the 1960’s the canned chorizo was carried all over the world. Maria Esteve closed the sausage business in 1983, but refused to sell the building, hoping to launch another business, possibly a restaurant. It wasn’t until her death in March 1993 that the family was able to sell the building.¹

Other links to 632 Hudson Street:

Loving's Produce Co. – Dressed Beef – Richmond, VA

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© Frank H. Jump

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© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Washington Beef Co – Ninth Avenue & 42nd Street

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Jack Knelly's Market – Pepsi – Wilkes-Barre, PA

Jack Knellys Market - Wilkes-Barre, PA - © Frank H. Jump

Fine Meats & Sausage - Wilkes-Barre, PA - © Frank H. Jump

Weber Ghost Sign @ All Eyes & Ears Blog

August Weber Company Ghost Sign (Marietta, OH) © All Eyes & Ears

August Weber Company Ghost Sign (Marietta, OH) © All Eyes & Ears

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