Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 2

The following is an excerpt from the booklet Illustrated Hudson, N.Y., published in 1905.

JAMES C. ARMSTRONG, JR.--Plumber. No. 120 Warren street. Mr. Armstrong is at the present time located at No. 21 Warren street, but will move in September to the address given at the beginning of this sketch, where his plumbing establishment will be most complete in every particular, and at which time he will be prepared to carry on an advanced and up-to-date line of trade. Mr. Armstrong is a plumber of exceptional skill. An essential point is made in carrying at all times a fine line of goods, which are sold at the fairest prices. Some of the most important sanitary plumbing of the city has been executed under contract by Mr. Armstrong, and a specialty is made of gas fitting, steam and hot water heating. Estimates are made from plans and specifications.

120 Warren Street today--part of 116 Warren Street's garden

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