Friday, November 2, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 67

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

FRANK W. MACY--Carpenter and Builder. No. 443 Partition street. Telephone, H. R. 134-A. Residence 26 Eighth street. No man is better acquainted with the growth and development of the city of Hudson than Mr. Macy. For the past twenty years he has been closely identified with the building interests here, and has been the means of the rearing of a good many of the beautiful edifices that adorn the town. His trade extends over a large portion of the county, while the work done under his supervision is stamped by a true polish and finish. Mr. Macy is a carpenter of extraordinary ability, and thoroughly understands the business in its every detail. The men whom he engages under him are strictly competent workmen in every respect. There are a number of skilled and experienced carpenters in the service of Mr. Macy at all times. Special attention is given to jobbing of all descriptions. All orders under this head are attended to immediately and with the utmost despatch [sic] and care. Mr. Macy's shops are large and well equipped.

443 Partition Street today

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