Monday, October 8, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 42

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

SHELDON'S BAZAAR--No. 545 Warren street. The proprietor of the Bazaar is Mr. C. J. S. Sheldon, of this city. He opened his place about thirty years ago, at which time he realized the need of some such establishment for the people of Hudson. His forecast proved to be an excellent one, and accordingly a splendid business has been built up, with prospects of a good increase every year. The Bazaar takes in two floors, is large, light and airy; the arrangement of the stock adding marvellously to the general appearance of the place. This stock consists of a full and complete line of dry goods and notions, all kinds of bric-a-brac, jewelry, fancy goods, furnishings, etc. The Bazaar is always a good spot to visit whenever anything odd or out of the ordinary is desired, for here it is surely to be found without difficulty. The service at the Bazaar is all that can be desired, as there are five clerks in attendance. Goods are sold at retail and wholesale. Satisfaction is guaranteed with every article that leaves the store.

545 Warren Street today--Ammi Ribar Antiques & Fine Period Frames

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