Neithammer Brothers Meat Market

German-born Victor and Otto Neithammer first established their meat market on North Broadway in 1912, raising their own livestock to supply this and other local family-run stores. Because the Neithammers’s employees represented many ethnic groups, the shop enjoyed wide patronage despite local competition. In 1916, the prosperous brothers constructed a new meat-packing plant at this location. The poured concrete and brick building featured a brightly lit retail shop in the front. A walk-in refrigerator, kitchen, and smokeroom outfitted with the latest equipment filled the back and basement space. The shop continued to operate under various owners until the 1970s.

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Neithammer Brothers Meat Market

Neithammer Brothers Meat Market

Still image capture of the Neithammer Brothers Meat Market, Red Lodge, Montana. Image adhered to paper with typed information. b&w print. | Source: Official records of the Montana State Historic Preservation Office, Helena, Montana | Creator: Unidentified photographer View File Details Page

Neithammer Brothers Meat Market

Neithammer Brothers Meat Market

Still image capture of Neithammer Brothers Meat Market, Red Lodge, Montana. Image adhered to paper with typed information. b&w print. | Source: Official records of the Montana State Historic Preservation Office, Helena, Montana | Creator: Unidentified photographer View File Details Page

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201 South Broadway, Red Lodge, Montana [map]

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The Montana National Register Sign Program, “Neithammer Brothers Meat Market ,” Explore Big – Montana's Historic Places, accessed July 23, 2017, http://explorebig.org/items/show/138.

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