City Directories and History: 1922/23 – J.S. Stultz, 1933 – Mrs. Ida W. Stultz, 1963 – Vacant
The RH Herald reported on Sept. 5, 1918 – “Mr. and Mrs. A.R. Barrette have rented the upper apt. in the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Stultz on Johnston Street.”
The diary of Kate J. Hutchison reported that on March 24, 1934 – “Mr. Stultz is still very sick. I went down there to see Mrs. Stultz, it is very cold today.”
This was the home of local businessman and real estate owner Johnny Stultz who owned numerous rental homes throughout downtown Rock Hill. Mr. Stultz had married into the Reid family and come to Rock Hill to make his living along with many of his in-laws following the Civil War. He was once the owner with his brother-in-law, of Reid and Stultz Furniture Company on East Main Street.
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