Aggieville Business List: 1904

There are two lists below.  The first list is partial list of businesses operating in the Aggieville area in 1904, taken from a city directory.  The second list records some of the individuals who were living in the area now occupied by Aggieville.

1.  Brown, Mrs. M.A., cleaning, pressing, etc., 1230 Bluemont

2.  Cooperative Book Store and Dining Hall, 1214 Moro

3.  Harrison, J.W., merchant, 1116 Moro

4.  Harrison, J.F., merchant, 1114 Moro

5.  Lyman, H., implement dealer, 1114 Moro

6.  Mitchell, Warren, rooming house, 1201 Bluemont

7.  McAlister, A.J.* , farmer, 1131 Bluemont

8.  Roming, Theo W., boarding house, 1110 Moro

9.  Hill, Mrs. V., boarding house, 710 Manhattan

10.  Paulsen, R., boarding house, 922 Manhattan

* A.J. McAlister came from Holland, father of Isabel Kuhlman, who was the mother of Bonnie Verbrugge, who was the mother of Kris Verbrugge, a KSU student in the 1980s.

1.  Barlow, Margaret, 1123 Bluemont

2.  Cree, O., teamster, 1100 Moro

3.  Cree, J.T., teamster, 1100 Moro

4.  Hood, David, retired, 1127 Bluemont

5.  Mitchel, Nellie, C., teacher, 1201 Bluemont

6.  Newton, B.F., pastor of the United Brethren Church, 1213 Bluemont

7.  Parks, J.B., retired farmer, 1126 Moro

8.  Pierson, Mrs. Minnie, 1214 Moro

9.  Alexander, J.M., carpenter, 616 Manhattan

10.  Alexander, Mamie, stenographer, 616 Manhattan

11.  Alexander, Ethel, teacher, 616 Manhattan

12.  Seeland, August, retired, 608 Manhattan

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