Friday, October 5, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 39

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

M. D. MOLONY--Merchant Tailor. No. 3 South Third street, at the corner of Warren. In the time in which the enterprising proprietor of this business has been established here, the quality and merits of his workmanship have become well known and appreciated by a large number of persons, while the many specimens of work turned out by him during these eight years may be seen on these same people who are one and all considered well dressed. The stock of woolens and fabrics carried by Mr. Molony include the latest importations and designs, there being among them varied patterns of the finest that can be found anywhere. Mr. Molony is a practical tailor and has the benefit of long experience in the art of fine tailoring. All the work is done on the premises. Pressing and cleaning area also done at the most reasonable prices. 

3 South Third Street today--part of Lili and Loo

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