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Title: Minnesota state gazetteer and business directory
Year: 1920 (1920s)
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Publisher: Polk
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llock Mngr Oils and Greases CorOak and 4th S E Standard Paint & Lead Works FrankM Crolius spl agt 41. Masonic Temple Standard Paper Box Co E W ECoeserpres 503 S 3d Standard Press Jno H Swenson mngrprinters 324 oth av S Standard Products Supply Co R G Car-gill pres D L Raymond treas A AHuston sec ice cream cone mnfrs STANDARD RATING CO Carl F Hacker Mngr Confidential ReportsCollections and Adjustments 405 Met Bank bids S STANDARD SALES SYSTEM Owen A Clark Mngr Sab s Conductorsand Merchandise Brokers 611-12 Bos-ton blk Standard Sausage Co 1517 S 5th STANDARD SERVICE CO CarlF Hacker Mngr Accounting Advertis-ing Selling Credits Financing Inves-tigations Business Management ) *»Met Hank bldg Tel Atlantic MiO Seeright side lines Standard signs (Inc) H B Green presL E G^eeri see 4 26 6th at S Standard Stone Sidewalk Co P J Nv>mngr mnfrs stone and cement Rlo>-walks l% S ^th and 1601 Oak P. C Standard Tile A Marble Co Werner ,;Westeen pres II B Watson sec andtreat! contrs MS S 1Mb

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ST. PAUL FOUNDRY COMPANY STRUCTURAL STEEL AND IRON-GRAY IRON AND SEMI-STEEL CASTINGS ST. PAUL, MINX. See Page 7 >linneni»oIi.< MINNESOTA STATE GAZETTEEU 1020 Standard Trading Co The D J Tsiv 7g-lou pros S A Zache sec and treasimports nuts 22K N 5th STANDARD WELDING & RE- pair Co (O L Duggan S S Thome)Welding and Repairing: rear 244 3d STANDIFORD CHASED ifre In- surance Ileal Estate and ExchangesCity and Suburban Plymouthbldg Stanek Jno J marble wks 4400 ChicagoStanford Joel barber 230 Cedar avStanger Cora milliner 829 Plymouth avStanley Edw L drugs BUT 3d av SStanley Hall & College 2118 Pleasant avStanley Harry C archt 706 Boston blkStanley Shoe Co F W Stanley mngr 36S 6th Stanley^ tine) Doyas T Stanley presJno E Michalsky sec shoes 233 EHennepin avStanoch Frank barber 2230 Wash av NStaples Forest E dentist SOS La Salle bids-Staples Henry L phys 420 La Salle bldgStapleton Wm J undertkr 705 W LakeStar Mrs Anna grocer 1117 12th av NStar Candy Store Chas Costakos mngr

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Image from page 172 of “Diversion of water from the Great lakes and Niagara river” (1921)
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Title: Diversion of water from the Great lakes and Niagara river
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: United States. Army. Corps of engineers. [from old catalog] Warren, James Goold, 1858-1937. [from old catalog] United States. Board of engineers for rivers and harbors. [from old catalog]
Subjects: Water diversion Niagara River (N.Y. and Ont.)
Publisher: Washington, Govt. print. off.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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connected localities only, and the canalstill remains for the most part as left at the end of the first en-la rgement, except in so far as it has been destroyed in constructingthe new barge canal. Ultimately practically all the locks of the oldcanal were doubled to care for the enormous amount of traffic, andto provide lockage when one lock was out of commission. Practi-cally all canal boats were towed by mules or horses on a towpathalong one side of the canal. Tolls were charged on the old canals. The old Erie Canal pro-vided the first practicable commercial route between the Great Lakesregion and the United States seaboard. It made the growth of thewestern part of the State practicable, and was a great aid in open-ing up such western States as Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, and Wis-consin. Even to-day over 75 per cent of New York States popula-tion is to be found within 5 miles of the barge canal and the HudsonRiver. The early traffic on the canal was enormous for the times, 27880—21 9

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130 DIVERSION OF WATER FROM GREAT LAKES AND NIAGARA RIVER, and the tolls collected brought a wonderful revenue to the State.For many years there was no competition to this route, and littleby little as stretches of railway began to parallel the canal legisla-tive measures provided against competition. The canals were sovery popular and so lucrative to the State that their finances werenot at all times properly handled, and many lateral lines were con-structed which proved unprofitable and had to be abandoned. Rail-road competition finally crept in, and periods of financial depres-sion were experienced, resulting ultimately in a very large abandon-ment of the use of the canals. The number of tons of cargo carriedon the State canals in 1853 was 4,247,853. In 1872 the maximumtonnage was transported, namely, 6,673,370 tons. The tonnage car-ried in 1885 was 4,731,784; in 1905 it was 3,226,896. The tolls atfirst collected ranged from 5 mills per ton per mile for salt, gypsum,brick, sand, li

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Title: Atlanta City Directory
Year: 1922 (1920s)
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Publisher: Atlanta City Directory Company
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lhollin Jas L (Lydia) chf elk Am Ry Exp Co hl23 S Main C PMilhous Jno D (Margaret) elk hl2, 465 N BoulevardMilikin Chas B (Lula) cashr Quick TireService h520 ^ashington Ruth elk r520 WashingtonMillan Jas A (Florence) dist mgr Scandi-navia Belting Co h325 MyrtleMillard A Gordon (Dorothy) brch mgrOakland Motor Car Co h al, 667Ponce de Leon av D Ralph (Florence) sec S A LynchEnterprises Finance Corp sec Pack-ard Enterprises of Ga Inc treas SouEnterprises Inc hlG. 1422 Peachtree Roblev C (Frederiea) trav h39 Park dr Thos J r340 Hemphill av Milledge see also Millidge Adeline sten Atl Joint Term r Deca-tur GaMilledgeville Oil Mills P D McCarley presM Frank v-pres 1010-12 Atl Natl BkbldgMillen Jas (c) plstr h509 WindsorMillender Louis (Mollie) elk h314 E Fair Saml elk r314 H Fair MURPHY DOOR BED CO. OF ATUNTA Murphy DoorBeds Majestic SteelKitchens Murphy CabinetIroning Boards Office andDisplay Rooms 204 PEACHTREEARCADE BLDG. TelephoneIvy 4331 Daniel Bros. Co. -13 – 47 – 49F»eaclntree Street

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Heating &Plumbing Contractors AU Repair Work Receives Prompt and Careful Attention 188 E. HunterStreet Phone Main 1999 811 SouthernMosaicTile Co. Tile Terrazzo Marble Mantels Lighting Fixtures ContractorsJobbers 1406-1407Candler Bldg. TelephoneIvy 2913 MOREGOODS -ARE- BOUGHT —AND- SOLD THROUGH THE ClassifiedBusinessDirectory THAN BY ANY OTHER MEDIUM ONEARTH BARCLAY & BRANDON CO. F U r^ E R A. L. 246 Ivy Street • cook h232 E Linden av Agrnes soft drinks 747 Marietta r44 Ponders Albert A (Eula) insp h363 Forrest av Albert P (Leila) pipe ftr hSSO Stewart av Alex (Carrie; Miller & Shields) ho61 Highland av Alice r46 Wabash av Alice C h Orchard H Alice G (wid Jacob li) h467 Bass Allen (Sallie) carp h672 N Ashby Alley L (Alma) flagmn h335 Cooper3III^L,ER ANDRKVV C (Preska; A C Mil-ler & Co), h ,

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