Dull, J. Alfred / Green Bay and Fort Howard directory. Containing historical information of their early settlement and growth; their present standing; schools, churches, societies, etc. Also business directory of principle dealers. Street directory, ward boundaries, etc.
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INTRODUCTORY. In presenting the first volume of the GREEN BAY AND FT. HOWARD DIRECTORY, we feel confident in the assertion that it embraces a large amount of information in regard to the cities which cannot but prove interesting and useful to their citizens. Much of it has never before been given to the public, and no labor has been spared to make it as accurate as _possible in all its details. The information it contains has been gathered from the most authentic sources available, and while clatmingjor it a degree of accuracy not always attained in a work of this kind, yet to convey the idea that it is entirely free from errors, would be asserting a proficiency seldom attained. The DIRECTORY shows a list of about 3,000 names, which multiplied by 4, the usual number, would indicate a population of about iz,ooo. To the gentlemen who have so kindly assisted us we return our grateful thanks, and trust our efforts may meet with their cordial approval. Truly yours, . ALFRED DULL. Green Bay, Nov. 10, 1874.
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