Livermore History - Businesses 3
Page 1: The Mill of Mills Square, Diamond Flour Mill
Page 2: Inside The Hub, Furniture, and other stores
Page 3: Creamery, Soda Works
Page 4: Arrow Bakery, Restaurant, Menu, Cheese Factory
Page 5: Drilling rig, Sporting Goods, Telephone office, French Laundry
Page 6: The Valley Garage, Valley Hardware, Machine Shop
Page 7: Butcher Shops & Markets, Carriage Factory, Building Supply
Page 8: Blacksmith, Feed Store
Page 9: Dutcher's Hardware Store
Page 10: California Transfer Company, Service Station
See Also: Downtown - Joesville - Stables - Wineries - Hotels
Livermore Creamery, Livermore Soda Works
Livermore Creamery c. 1900. North West corner of 6th & Maple. Left: Fred Young, younger brother of Archie - assumed ownership in about 1912. Center ?? Right: Archie Young - founder & owner at the time of the photo
Livermore Creamery 1905. Archie & Fred Young, Norman Sweet. NW corner 6th & Maple. Butter churn is shown.
Livermore Soda Works delivery wagon around 1905. Standing "Ernie" Ernest Utundorffer, later a city councilman in Livermore
Sign on wagon (actually more readable in the reflection): "Livermore Soda Works and Union Ice Co."
The Livermore Heritage Guild has a 4 page writeup on the Livermore Soda Works. See publication list.
Livermore Soda Works around 1910-1914 on K between 6th and 7th St. E Utendorffer in wagon delivering bottle goods.
Sign on Building: "Livermore Soda Works - Warren Lamb Prop."
Boxes of bottles say "From Livermore Soda Works".
The bottles appear to be about half gallon or so, with values on top. Close-up below.
Close-up of soda bottles from above photo.
Livermore Soda Works building. On K Street. By window: "Ernie" Ernest Utendorffer. By door: George Tubbs. Probably around 1910.
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