Dr. D.H. Bailey
photograph by Snell, Denison, Texas
Collection of Grayson County
Photograph originally belonged to Mrs. A.A. Thomas of 1031 W. Main St.
1889-1890: Dr. D. H. Bailey [Dr. Daniel H. Bailey] is City Physician. [Source:
Denison City Directory]
1889-1890: Daniel H. Bailey, physician and
surgeon; Bailey & Howard, druggists; office at 408 West Main Street; boards
at 406 West Main Street. [Source: Denison City Directory]
Bailey & Howard (Daniel H. Bailey, Joshua E. Howard, druggists), 408 West
Main Street. The Leading Druggists, carry a large assortment of Wall Paper,
Decorations, Paints, Oils, &c. [Source: Denison City
1889-1890: Joshua E. Howard (Bailey & Howard), druggist,
residence at 527 West Woodard Street. [Source: Denison City
Herald Democrat, June 7, 1998, in Judge R. C. Vaughan's
D. B. Bailey's Drug Store depicted in Denison Herald, January 6,
1991, Photo from Denison's Past. Prominently displayed on a wall of the store
is a large painting which the Herald described as depicting the Battle of the
Alamo. The artist was L. R. Bromley and the date of the painting 1884.
Doak Blassingame sent along a copy of the photo of the drug store interior with
the further information that he remembers what he believes to be the same
painting which hung in Room 305 at the Old Denison High School building up on
West Main Street.... It was an oil painting which he estimates was approximately
3 feet by 12 feet in size.
"Drug Store of D H.
Bailey, 408 Main Street."
Robinson, Frank M., comp. Industrial Denison. [N.p.]:
Means-Moore Co., [ca. 1909]. Page 37.
Located at 408 West Main Street.
Howard, Druggists" sign in second-floor loft at 408 West Main Street, ca. 1998
Apparently the firm sold "Ayer's Sarsaparilla," a widely advertised "tonic for
This sign was painted on the wall before the building at 408 was