MR. FRANK L. SMITH--Electrical Contractor and Supplies Dealer--No. 444 Partition street. Hudson River telephone 27-W. Among the dealers in electrical goods, none is better known or more generously patronized by the citizens of Hudson than Mr. Frank L. Smith, who has been established here for three years. His custom has been steadily increasing during that time, until now he requires the help of from three to five assistants all the time. This speaks well for a comparatively new business. His reputation for competent work is widespread, and he has many contracts from different sections of the whole county. Some of his best contracts have been the residences of Mr. M. A. Jones and Mr. C. H. Evans, and the Gray Block. Mr. Smith himself has had ten years experience in this work, and his reputation is a credit both to his prosperous business and his executive ability. He carries a fine large stock of all the latest electrical novelties and conveniences, which he is always glad to show and demonstrate to his visitors.
|444 Partition Street today--the right half of the garage behind 441 Union Street|
Gossips Note: Of Frank Smith's "best contracts," we know that the residence of Mr. M. A. Jones is 317 Allen Street, now the Inn at Hudson, and the residence of Mr. C. H. Evans is 412 Warren Street, now an apartment building owned by Galvan Partners, but what is Gray Block?
|317 Allen Street|
|412 Warren Street|