City Directories and History: The 1905 City Directory stated: #102 – City Hall, #108 – I.O. Kay, #112 – City Stables, #116 – Perry Williams (Shoe Maker), #118 – Perry Thompson (Shoe Maker), #120 – Vacant, #222 – J.M. Bell, #317 – Edward Scott, #319 – William Weir, #323 – John Clayton, #325 – J.B. Jones, #420 – John Smith, #430 – G.W. Davis, #516 – James Douglass, #522 – James Williams, #523 – Julius Williams, #529 – Peter Woolridge, #530 – In Course of Construction, #554 – Frank Robinson, #558 – Alice Dozier, #578 – Julia Carter,
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