Source: The Stewart Story
R 917.733 G88
Early, A.D. Attorney at Law Office Rockford National Bank Bldg., 109 W. State res. 944 N. Main
Johnson, Miss Ellen, domestic, 944 N. Main
Source: 1899 Rockford City Directory
house designed by Architect Henry Lord Gay hired 1903. ca 1903/1904?
Rockford Cabinet Co. Organized in 1880, but recently moved to the West End.* The capital stock is $50,000. Present officers: Geo. F. Kellogg, President; A.D. Early, Vice-President; Chas. H. Porter, Secretary and Treasurer. They manufacture a fine grade of wood mantles, and give employment to 65 hands, with an annual pay roll of $30,000, and produce annually $75,000 worth of goods. The factory is of brick, 64 x 128 feet, four stories high.
Source” “Industrial and Picturesque Rockford,” by Eugene Browne and F. Ford Rowe, 1891.
*Central Ave. and Cedar St.
Rockford Clothing Co., A.S. Ruhl, prest.; A. D. Early, vice-prest., A. C. Brearley, secy. and treas.. Custom Clothiers
Suits to measure.
Style, fit and quality guaranteed.
Manufacturers of pants, shirts, vests and jackets.
Corner S. Church and Chestnut. Source: 1892 Philippi’s Rockford City Directory
Rockford Cabinet Co., George F. Kellogg, prest.; A.D. Early, vice-prest.; C. H. Porter, secy and treas.; Manufacturers of wood mantels. Office and factory corner Central Ave. and Cedar St.
Source: 1892 Philippi’s Rockford City Directory