Donald Gold was the owner of Gold's House of Fashion at 317 Main Street in downtown Little Rock. Gold's father Max D. Gold had founded the store in 1964. Donald Gold took over the main store and two branch stores upon his father's retirement in 1979, and expanded the operation to six stores by the late 1980s.
Don Gold served as president of urban revitalization organization Little Rock Unlimited Progress. Gold and developer Jimmy Moses purchased and rehabilitated the Rose Building located at 307-311 Main Street.
- Leroy Donald, "Owner Finds New Home for Store Behind Facade," Arkansas Gazette, October 23, 1983.
- Leroy Donald, "Restoration Planned; to 'Anchor' Mall," Arkansas Gazette, October 23, 1983.
- Carolyn Gray LeMaster, A Corner of the Tapestry: A History of the Jewish Experience in Arkansas, 1820s-1990s (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1994), p. 384.
- George Waldon, "Main Street Deal: Storefront in Downtown Little Rock Sold for $400,000," Arkansas Business, November 11, 2002.