Rockford Chair and Furniture Co., ad – 1915

Source: The Furniture Worker journal, June, 1915

Rockford Chairs and Furniture Co., C A Newman, pres; Andrew Kjellgren, v-pres, R C Lind, sec and treas.; offices 920 9th St. factory A Railroad Av between 9th and 10th Sts., factory B Kishwaukee St. south of city limits    Source:  1915 McCoy’s Rockford City Directory

Rockford Chair and Furniture Co. – 1889, 1892, 1918

Rockford Chair and Furniture

Source: Album of Rockford, Ills. 1889; Vertical File

Rockford Chair and Furniture:  Andrew Kjellgren, president; Alexander Johnson, vice-president; Robert C. Lind, secy and treas., Wholesale manufacturers of medium grade furniture. Railroad Ave. between Ninth and Tenth Sts.

Source: 1892 Philippi’s Rockford City Directory

Rockford Chair and Furniture, C. A. Newman, president; Andrew Kjellgren, vice-president, R C Lind, secy and treas.; Office 920 9th St.; Factory A Railroad Ave. between 9th and 10th  Factory B 315 Peoples Ave.

Source:  McCoy’s Rockford City Directory for 1918

Rockford Chair and Furniture Co. – 1891

Rockford Chair and Furniture Co. Organized in 1882. Capital $100,000.  The officers are: Andrew Kjellgren, President; Alex. Johnson, Vice-President; Robert C. Lind, Secretary and Treasurer.  Located on Railroad Ave.; manufacture a line of book-cases, ladies’ desks and fancy furniture.  Their plant includes three buildings, 50 x 150 feet four stories, 100 x 100 feet, four stories, and an office and a warehouse 50 v 150 feet, one story high.  They employ over 220 hands; annual pay roll, $90,000, and their product exceeds $225,000 yearly.

Source: “Industrial and Picturesque Rockford,” by Eugene Browne and F. Ford Rowe, 1891.

City Directory lists address as Railroad Ave. between Ninth and Tenth St.  Source: 1892 Philippi’s Rockford City Directory

 

Rockford Chair and Furniture Co. – 1892

Andrew Kjellgren, prest., Alexander Johnson, vice-prest., Robert C. Lind, secy. and treas. Wholesale manufacturers of medium grade furniture. Railroad Avenue between Ninth and Tenth Sts.

 

Source: 1892 Philippi’s Rockford City Directory