|Birth place or City of origin:||Lincoln|
|State of origin:||NE|
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Harpham Brothers was established around the turn of the century and ranked prominently along with Collins and Morrison and Alfred Cornish and Nebraska Saddleries. They carried a full-line of saddles, headstalls, cuffs and spur straps as well as Crockett and Buermann bits and spurs. They manufactured military holsters during WWI and again during WWII, and published 34 catalogues prior to the "General Leather Industries" merger in the late 1920s with Atchison and Askew of Kansas and Waterloo of Iowa. Resurfaced as an independent saddlery in the mid-1930s and continued in operation until the mid-1950s. Their products have a distinctive cartouche marked HB Brand and Lincoln, Nebraska.