Item 9770 - E.E. and J.W. Goodwin Store, Main Street, Springvale

Item 9770 - E.E. and J.W. Goodwin Store, Main Street, Springvale
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Item 9770
E.E. and J.W. Goodwin Store, Main Street, Springvale
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E.E. and J.W. Goodwin Store on Main Street, Springvale, circa 1890. The sign over the store reads, "Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots & Shoes."

Edmund E. Goodwin of Springvale began mercantile life at age 15 as a clerk in a tobacco store in Brooklyn, N.Y., and later was a clerk in a number of dry goods establishments.

In 1877 he entered into business with his father at Springvale, where he became senior partner of the firm of E.E. and J.W. Goodwin, general merchants and manufacturers of clothing.

Goodwin also was a director in the Sanford National Bank.

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