Source: Rockford Morning Star October 11, 1918
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