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People who lived or worked at Arcade Building

NAME ADDRESS OCCUPATION SOURCE
Albert J. Hoekstra: Stationer, Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: None 1916 Phone Book
C. A. Gillespie: Insurance, Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: None 1916 Phone Book
Camp, E.J. Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: Real Estate Agent 1889 City Directory
Cobb, Alexander 1-1 pf 1 Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: Cook 1900 Federal Census
Collins, Seamus B 1-1 pf 1 Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: Dentist 1900 Federal Census
Francis Soeder: ADDS Office, Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: None 1916 Phone Book
Fred Wold: Drug Store, Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: None 1916 Phone Book
Hardy, R.C. Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: None 1889 City Directory
Haywood, William 1-1 pf 1 Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: Waiter 1900 Federal Census
Herman Gelsenheimer: Clothing, Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: None 1916 Phone Book
James Kazantzas: Restaurant, Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: None 1916 Phone Book
Johnson, L.H. Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: None 1889 City Directory
McLachlan, Alex Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: Contractor; Builder 1889 City Directory
P. B. Tinan: Cigars, Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: None 1916 Phone Book
Piper, Robert F. Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: Manager 1889 City Directory
Robinson, Frank 1-1 pf 1 Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: Barber 1900 Federal Census
Wolters, Agnes E. Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: None 1920 Federal Census
Wolters, Edward L. Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: Janitor 1920 Federal Census
Wolters, Margaret M. Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: None 1920 Federal Census
Wolters, Margaret M. Arcade Building Arcade Building Occupation: None 1920 Federal Census

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