Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 29

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

K. V. CLARK--Hudson's Leading Cloak and Suit House. K. V. Clark, 521 Warren street, conducts Hudson's leading cloak and suit house, and has been established for nearly two years. The premises occupied are of ample dimensions, measuring 120 by 40 feet. The store is heavily stocked with a varied and well assorted line of cloaks, suits, skirts, waists, wrappers, muslin underwear, and corsets. These goods are handled exclusively for the trade, and are sold at prices the most reasonable in consideration of their excellent quality. Miss Clark saw the need of just such an establishment in Hudson, and since the organization of the business a fine trade has been built up. All orders are given the promptest attention; some nine hands are employed in the management of the trade; deliveries are made to all parts of the city and the surrounding towns; and the greatest care and honesty are preserved in all the dealings of the house. Satisfaction is guaranteed in every particular.

Store of K. V. Clark from Illustrated Hudson, N.Y.
521 Warren Street today--Tishu

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