Denver Lithographing Company (fl. c. 1875 - 1925) was a late 19th and early 20th century printing and lithography firm active in Denver, Colorado. It was first named Charles S. Stone and Company, after its founder, but by 1876 was operating as the Denver Lithographing Company out of 389 Larmier Street. Co-owners included Richard P. Goddard and Edwin Wagner. The firm was an early adopter of chromolithography and uniquely produced some of the most dramatic early advertising images of the American west. We have been unable to discover more regarding the founders.

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