Saturday, September 15, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 19

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

P. VANDERPOEL--Manufacturer of Double and Single Harness. No. 701 Warren street. Mr. Vanderpoel enjoys the distinction of being the oldest harness manufacturer in the city of Hudson. He has been identified with the business for over thirty-five years, during all which time he was never known to turn out a poor article in the way of double or single harness. His store is finely located in the business section of the city, and is always well stocked with the prettiest display of harnesses to be seen in this part of the State, in addition to which may also be found such articles as blankets, robes, whips, gloves,  mittens, trunks, valises, etc. The store is large, measuring 80x25 feet, and affords ample room for the best display of the goods carried. Harness and other repairing is done promptly and with neatness, at the most reasonable prices.

701 Warren Street today--Pride-N-Joy and Sketch

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