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wow!! A Jos. F. Meyer location in Third Ward on Calhoun Road? Never seen that before! I wonder if this was the last location before the (enterprise) shut down? This advertisement and location is incredibly rare. Cool find! Found this in the Rice University yearbook The Campanile dated 1966. Jos. F. Meyer Co. Wholesale Distributors Automotive Parts and Equipment Tools, Hardware and Industrial Supplies 4701 Calhoun / Houston, Texas "Serving Transportation Since 1876"
A little confused. I thought Jos F. Meyer Co. was located at 802-812 Franklin Ave. Or at 315 Travis St? Found a whole new location for the business! Very cool history here! Can we date this photograph? The JOS F. Meyer Company and machine shop at 201 Milam produced and sold a number of goods. It employed blacksmiths and wagon makers. As contractors for the railroad in 1929, the company also handled heavy hardware and automotive equipment.
While looking at The Houston Post dated January 4, 1906 I noticed a business listing for Jos F. Meyer Company located at 803 To 812 Franklin Ave. This history is so old that I'm surprised we have access to it. Amazing history here. This is cool! Joseph Meyer started the Meyerland history. Ellwood Hog and Field Fence. Western scrapers and plows. Stalk cutters, plows, harrows, cultivators, and farming implements of every description. Envelope from Jos. F. Meyer Co. dated 1917
I was looking at The Age. magazine dated February 25, 1876 and saw a business ad for Jos F. Meyer Travis St., Houston, Texas Dealer in Iron, Carriage, and Wagon Maker Materials. Jos F. Meyer was the person who responsible for the Meyerland neighborhood.