The Amador Steam Laundry was established in 1896. It replaced what once was the Donnelly and Howard Foundry.
Ledger Dispatch - sept 9, 1904
C.E. Jarvis, of the steam laundry at Sutter Creek, accompanied by his wife and three children, started for the east last week. They will attend the admission day celebration at the St. Louis fair September 9. Before returning they expect to visit the Atlantic coast. They expect to be away from two to three months. Wilford. E. Proctor, who is also interested in the laundry business, has taken Mr. Jarvis' place at the steam laundry during his absence.
Pictured here are women working on the second floor of the Steam Laundry.
Ledger - Sept 2, 1910
C. E. Jarvis has sold the Amador Steam Laundry business at Sutter Creek to the Lagomarsino brothers of Volcano. There are three brothers interested in the purchase — Joseph, William and Edward, and they will devote their whole attention to the business, They took possession on the 1st of September. The business is in a thriving condition, and commands a large trade not only in Amador county, but also in Calaveras and El Dorado counties.