City Directories and History: This late 19th century building was once the home of the Kershaw Library.
The Yorkville Enquirer of May 14, 1902 reported that Capt. W.B. Moore has taken a contract to put in a system of waterworks at Kershaw.
The Herald reported on July 6, 1902 – “The Sec. of State has issued a commission to the Kershaw Telephone Co., with a capital stock of $5,000. Mr. W.B. Moore of Yorkville, who has interests in several telephone concerns is President of the company.”
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