Black and white photograph of John T. Williams Livery in Golden, Colorado. Parked in front of the Livery are three carriages. On the left, two people seated in a small buggy with a single hitch. In the center is an ornate hearse with driver and a team of two horses. On the right is a covered buggy. Livery comprises two buildings: on the left is a stone barn with wooden sliding doors. The word Livery is painted across the top. Attached on the right of the barn is a wooden structure, also with large sliding wooden doors. On top of the building is a large painted sign that says Omnibus Stable. Attached to the upper right corner is a businees card advertising John. T. Williams, Livery and Hack Line. Fine double and single rigs and saddle horses. The best in the city. Only hearse in the city, at the old stone barn, Jackson St., Golden, Colo.