Emil and Julia Thomas Bakery

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Re: Emil and Julia Thomas Bakery

Post by Ozarker » Sun Oct 06, 2013 6:43 pm

And another of the Thomas ads, as sole proprietor:

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(Phoenix Daily Herald, 22 June 1887, page 3 column 3)

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Re: Emil and Julia Thomas Bakery

Post by Ozarker » Sun Oct 06, 2013 6:47 pm

Note that up until this point, all the Thomas ads and all the Steinegger ads listed the businesses on Washington Street, opposite the Plaza:

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(Phoenix Daily Herald, 3 November 1887, page 2 column 3)

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Re: Emil and Julia Thomas Bakery

Post by Ozarker » Sun Oct 06, 2013 6:51 pm

After construction of the City Hall on the Plaza was completed (1888) the ads changed to state "opposite City Hall":

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(Phoenix Daily Herald, 19 June 1889, page 1 column 4)
(Phoenix Daily Herald, 29 June 1889, page 3 column 7)

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Re: Emil and Julia Thomas Bakery

Post by Ozarker » Sun Oct 06, 2013 6:56 pm

Announcement of the Emil Thomas and Otto Barg partnership, and the naming of the business as The Phoenix Restaurant:

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(Phoenix Daily Herald, 28 September 1889, page 3 column 1)

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Re: Emil and Julia Thomas Bakery

Post by Ozarker » Sun Oct 06, 2013 6:58 pm

One of the Emil Thomas - Otto Barg ads:

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(Arizona Daily Gazette, 8 October 1889, page 1 column 6)

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Re: Emil and Julia Thomas Bakery

Post by Ozarker » Sun Oct 06, 2013 7:02 pm

Official announcement of the Dissolution of Partnership between Emil Thomas and Ott Barg, appearing immediately beneath an ad for the Phoenix Restaurant showing Emil was now the sole proprietor:

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(Arizona Daily Gazette, 3 November 1889, page 1 column 4)

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Re: Emil and Julia Thomas Bakery

Post by Ozarker » Sun Oct 06, 2013 7:06 pm

Another ad for the Phoenix Restaurant, several months later. By this time, Emil had already abandoned Julia:

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(Arizona Daily Gazette, 13 May 1890, page 4 column 3)

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Re: Emil and Julia Thomas Bakery

Post by Ozarker » Sun Oct 06, 2013 7:12 pm

One of the announcements concerning Julia's move to the Capitol Building:

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(Phoenix Daily Herald, 28 May 1891, page column)

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Re: Emil and Julia Thomas Bakery

Post by Ozarker » Sun Oct 06, 2013 7:17 pm

Three articles related to Julia's divorce. She filed in August 1891 and the decree was granted on 6 October 1891. The decree was filed for record on 7 October 1891, which I think explains the difference in dates that Mrs O and I discussed:

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(Arizona Daily Gazette, 23 August 1891, page 4 column 2)
(Arizona Daily Gazette, 6 October, 1891, page 1 column 7)
(Arizona Daily Gazette, 7 October 1891, page 1 column 3)

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Re: Emil and Julia Thomas Bakery

Post by Ozarker » Sun Oct 06, 2013 7:20 pm

Some of the business ads placed by Julia in the first half of 1892:

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(Arizona Republican, 7 February 1892, page 1 column 7)
(Arizona Republican, 16 April 1892, page 4 column 3)
(Arizona Republican, 30 April 1892, page 4 column 4)

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