Friday, September 28, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 32

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

SAMUEL KLINE--Dealer in Boots, Shoes, and Rubbers, and all kinds of Footwear. 561 Warren street. In the five years in which Mr. Kline has been established in Hudson the purchasers of his footwear have always found that whatever they have bought of him was exactly as he represented it to them, and owing to this fact he has built up a patronage that well bespeaks his ability as a business man. His stock is large and well chosen, and displayed to the best advantage, while the different makes he handles comprise the leading lines of first-class footwear. Among his specialties he makes a leader of The HU-MAN-IC for men, and the Julia Marlowe for women. He is the only local representative for the former, and owing to its fine qualities it has met with popular approval. Previous to locating in his present quarters, where he has been for the past two years, he was located on the opposite side of the street. In connection with the general business, a special department is conducted for the repairing of shoes, and being a practical shoemaker as well, he can assure the best of workmanship in this respect.

561 Warren Street today--the eastern half of the Bank of America building
The building that preceded the bank building on that corner
Warren Street, West from Sixth, from Illustrated Hudson, N.Y.

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