“Garber Hardware was founded by the semi-legendary Joseph Garber, an immigrant from Russia. Joseph Garber is possibly the Samuel Garber who appears in the 1900 U. S. Census living at at 305 W. 13th St. The census says that Samuel Garber was born Feb, 1860, in Russia, and that he immigrated to the U. S. Read more about Walter Grutchfield is talking about Garber’s[…]
“FAMILY OWNED 120+ YEARS Garber’s Hardware is one of the longest running mom and pop businesses in New York City. “When it opened it was a pushcart-style business,” says Nathaniel Garber-Schoen, whose grandfather’s grandfather opened the store in 1884, on 8th Avenue between Horatio and Jane Streets. “You took people’s orders and the store custom Read more about HUDSON/HOUSTON is talking about Garber’s[…]
“New Quarters in the Village for 12 decades of Hardware” The familiar industrial orange and black sign for Garber’s Hardware in Greenwich Village looks like something out of a noir film or the label on an old oil burner. Opened in 1884 by Joseph Garber, a Russian Jewish immigrant, the store is still at Read more about New York Times is talking about Garber’s[…]
“Since they began selling linseed oil and water-well equipment to Manhattanites in 1884, Garber Hardware has been something of a neighborhood institution” Read more here. Read more here.
“Village People: Garber Hardware Celebrates 125 years”
“To Hell With Design! What you really need is a good hardware store!” Check out what Apartment Therapy thinks of us here. Read more here.
Check out Garber’s mention on This Old House here “American Hardware Stores: Nuts and Bolts and Baby Scales Coast to coast, these five mom-and-pop hardware stores are every bit as unique as the communities they serve” Read more here