|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Title||Golden Chamber of Commerce|
|Description||Black and white photograph of the Golden Chamber of Commerce members in 1941. The men are getting ready to ride the street car to Denver to advertise the reduction of the round-trip car fare from 78 cents to 50 cents in March 1941. Standing from left to right: Harry Cliff, banker; William (Bill) Fleming, clothier; John Q. Adams, banker; Heinie A. Foss, druggist; O.A. Nelson, Safeway manager; O.A. Saunders, mortician; Dr. Wm. V. Peters, dentist; Joe Kellogg, Linder Hardware Co.; Al Quaintance, insurance; and Orville L. Dennis, real estate and insurance. Front row left to right: J. Ed Dennis, agent; Denver and Intermountain Railroad; George Hanel, laundry owner; and Ted Grover, conductor, D&IM Railroad.|
|Copyright||All rights belong to Golden History Museums, City of Golden without restriction.|
|Credit line||Golden History Museums, City of Golden Collection|
|Caption||Golden Chamber of Commerce|
Adams, John Q.
Foss, Frederick Allen "Heinie"
Nelson, O. A.
Saunders, O. A.
Denver & Intermountain Railroad (D.& I. M.)
Golden Chamber of Commerce