Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 15

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

JAMES E. MULDOON--(Successor to J. M. Rivenburgh.) Dealer in Groceries, Provisions, Poultry of all kinds, Produce, Etc. 209 Warren street. Hudson River 89-L. Col. Phone 89. This is one of the oldest established grocery houses of the city, having first began business here in 1859, while Mr. Muldoon has been proprietor of the business since 1901. A fine and complete line of goods is carried, and consists of everything one would look for in a modern, up-to-date grocery. The prices charged here are within the reach of all, and no pains are spared by Mr. Muldoon to make his store the best of its kind in the city. The place is always kept neat and clean at all times, and one finds it a pleasure to do their marketing here. Since Mr. Muldoon acquired the business the trade of the house has greatly increased until at the present time he requires the assistance of five clerks.

209 Warren Street today--Columbia County Council on the Arts

1 comment:

  1. I wish James E. Muldoon and his 5 clerks were still here.He Is Sorely missed(,even though I just heard about him now!( so no offense to CCCA)