Saturday, November 3, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 68

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

JOHN T. GUINAN--Hatter and Furnisher of Men's Wear. 437 Warren street. Mr. Guinan, a native of Hudson, is one of the most progressive business men of the city. He has been in the Gents' Furnishing business here for three years, and in that time he has established a reputation for his goods which places him beyond competition. He handles only the finest line of goods connected with a business of this character, and the prices he charges for the same are within the means of the general trade. The best dressed young men of the city are those who patronize his establishment, not only for style but as well for neatness of attire. Mr. Guinan's show windows are always tastily [sic] arranged with samples of his line. Some of his specials are: Hawes Hats, McNamees Mesh Knit Summer Underwear, and B. & B. Red Line Collars and Cuffs.

1904 Advertisement for Hawes Hats

437 Warren Street today--Hudson & Laight Gallery and OTTO

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