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Name Robinson, Frederick B.
Othernames Fred (nickname)
Places of residence 1100 13th Street Golden, CO
Notes Built home at 1100 13th Street in Golden in 1923. Fred and his wife Mary lived in the Astor House while their home was under construction.
Occupation Robinson Bookstore, owner
Role Business
Spouse Mary Graham
Children None

Associated Records

Image of 0714 - Carriage, Baby

0714 - Carriage, Baby

Wooden (oak?) frame, wicker body, 4 metal rimmed spoked wheels, metal chassis and axles, painted yellow.

Image of 2016.048.002 - Bag, Shopping

2016.048.002 - Bag, Shopping

White cloth bag with handle advertising Robinson's Book Store. Saying in black letters on the front "I Buy My/ School Supplies/ at/ Robinson's Book Store/ Golden, Colorado."

Image of 2017.008.057 - Postcard, Picture

2017.008.057 - Postcard, Picture

Postcard: unused picture postcard with a photo of a large building with three smokestacks to the right of the image. Castle Rock in background on far left of image. Small wooden shed in foreground at lower left. At bottom of image, printed in the white border, is "Coors Porcelain Co. Golden, Colo. - Robinson's Book Store." Not dated.

Image of 2017.027.002 - Cookbook

2017.027.002 - Cookbook

Saddle-stitched cookbook with brown paper cover for Cook Book of the Fairmount Circle of Mothers' Congress from December 1914. Belonged to Edith Churches. Has advertisement for J. C. Davidson Furniture and Undertaking advertisement. Also has adverts for J. H. Linder Hardware, L. H. Morris, Mr. W. D. Schofield, Ellis', Foss Drug Co., City Meat Market, The Castle Rock Ice Cream Parlor, The Quaintance Investment Company, The Golden Globe, The Stewart-Smith Grocery Company, The Koenig Merc. Co., F. B. Robinson Books & Stationery, D. Edison Garvin, S. Sorenson Staple and Fancy Groceries. The Duvall-Davison Lumber Co., W. H. Fromhart, Thomas Tullett blacksmith, W. M. Sarell Hardware & Plumbing C

Image of 2011.013.004 - Print, Photographic

2011.013.004 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Adolph Coors II preparing for a flag-raising ceremony high atop the new concrete elevator and grain storage building (headhouse) at Coors Brewery. The new building added enough storage space for 1.5 million bushels of Moravian malting barley. According to the Transcript, a flag donated by Mrs. A. Coors on July 10, 1919 to Golden's 115th Engineers was used in the ceremony. Afterwards, a 18' x 12' flag will fly on the pole. Eleven other men are watching. From left to right, Elmer Johnson, Tom Whelan, Burt Dutton, Ed Greene,Tom Garrison, Grover Coors, Adolph Coors II, Leonard Vogel, Fred Robinson, ?, Bill Kloer, and George Bicknell. Lower right corner of photo dated

Image of 2011.013.005 - Print, Photographic

2011.013.005 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 16 men seated in the Coors Hospitality Room?. Many of the men are holding pilsners of beer. The back wall is covered with a floor to ceiling curtain. The top of the curtain says Coors. Seated left to right, Thomas Garrison, Bob Taylor, Herman Coors, Tom Simmons, ?, Bert Jones, ?, Leonard Vogel (white suit), August Rehkon, Al Treffeisen, Grover Coors, George Bicknell, Ed Greene, Fred Robinson, Adolph Coors II, Jack Maughan. Jack Maughan was the President of the Old Timers Club.

Image of 2011.099.502 - Print, Photographic

2011.099.502 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Fred Robinson shooting a small signal cannon in celebration of Armistice Day on November 11, 1918, on Washington Avenue in Golden, CO. The Woods-Rubey Bank is in the background. Several people are standing on the sidewalk behind Robinson watching and a child behind Robinson is covering his ears. An American flag is hanging from the front of the building. Two women are sitting in a car that is parked on the left side of the photograph. North Table Mountain is in the far background.