1908~Catalog No. 15
111-113 W. Fourth St.
Samuel Caldwell (Callie) Gallup was the younger brother of Francis Gallup. He learned his craft at the (F) Gallup and Gallatin Saddlery in Denver, Co. With the help of EL Gallatin, S.C. Gallup opened his saddlery in Pueblo, Co in 1869.
The SC Gallup and Co of Dodge City, Kansas was started in 1878 and managed by Robert E. Rice until 1880, when Rice assumed the the ownership and changed the name to the R. F. Rice Saddlery.
The SC Gallup and Co of Durango, CO operated from around 1881 to 1884. An employee of Gallup, Frank H. Young, worked in Durango under his own name from 1884 to 1897, although Gallup is thought to have been in the partnership with Young for those years.
Robert Thompson Frazier came to Pueblo, CO in 1880 and went to work for Gallup. In 1892 they formed a partnership that lasted until 1898. The SC Gallup and Frazier Saddlery logo was a longhorn steer saddled with a Pueblo style saddle and G.&F. branded on the left front shoulder. Samuel Caldwell Gallup died in 1904.
From 1905 to 1911, Judith Gallup was president and major stockholder. From 1912 and until his death in 1921, James Wimmer was president and major stockholder. The SC Gallup Co. was closed sometime between 1921 and 1924. The SC Gallup orders were filled at the Thomas Flynn Saddlery from 1924-1932.
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