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Remembering Leopold Guldman and the Golden Eagle

Guldman is no longer of this world. His bones repose in Emanuel Cemetery, and have done so these past 84 years. The business he founded and tirelessly promoted, the Golden Eagle Dry Goods Co., has been gone for nearly as long. Its once imposing edifice in downtown Denver, with airy display windows on the street level and a proud eagle adorning its five-story summit, was reduced to rubble decades ago. In its place stands the sleek and modern Tabor Center, named, ironically enough, for a man Guldman once knew. The business Guldman excelled at and became famous for — the once indomitable department store — has changed immensely since his day, and is facing challenges from new forms of marketing and sales he never could […]
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