Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 30

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

THE UNION PACIFIC TEA COMPANY--No. 510 Warren street. Walter M. Marvin, Manager. The above company has been represented in this city for about one year, and bids fair to become one of the most important establishments of its kind in Hudson. The company are the largest tea and coffee importing retailers in America,  being the sole proprietors of Sovereign brands of baking powders, cocoa, extracts, spices, and chocolates. They control branch stores in all the principal cities in the country, with the main headquarters in Water street, New York. In addition to a large and excellent line of teas and coffees, such goods as crockery, glassware, cutlery, tinware, steel, enamelware, lamps, fancy vases, clocks, dinner, tea and coffee and toilet sets, Japanese goods, Smyrna rugs, tapestry table covers, etc., are given as premiums. Some eight men are employed in the management of the retail business here, while seven wagons are required to take charge of the delivery of goods. The company has been established for over a quarter of a century, and owe their great success to honesty and square dealing to all. 

510 Warren Street today--510 Warren Street Gallery

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