(“Union Ice and Fuel Co.” by Stewarts Commercial Photographers ca. 1940. Copyright Pikes Peak Library District, courtesy of Special Collections. Image Number: 013-861.)

Building at 110 West Vermijo with signs for “Union Ice & Fuel Co. Artificial Ice and Cold Storage” and “Offices Consumers Ice Delivery or Midland Creamery,” showing street and parked trucks. Signs painted on building include “Char Coal Coke Coal Ice and Wood.” This building later became Rampart Supply. Building next door has sign “Hollywood Creamery Co.”

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