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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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Adams Elizabeth, dressmaker, 189 s Paca
Adams Emilius, coal agent, w Falls av dw
1 s Broadway
ADAMS EXPRESS CO. 164 w Baltimore
Samuel M. Shoemaker, resident partner,
124 St Paul [See Cover.]
Adams Capt. George, 188 Preston
Adams George A. gardener, Boston e of
Clinton, Canton
Adams George A. carp. 334 Eastern av
Adams Rev. George F 239 e Baltimore
Adnms Harriet G. 43 Franklin
Adams Henry, piano maker, 194 w Fayette
Adams Hannah E. boarding house, 128
ADAMS HENRY, gold and silversmith,
233 Lexington
Adams Henry, 17 n Schroeder
Adams Henry, laborer, 16 Brune
Adams Jacob, watchman, 161 Hughes
Adams Jacob H. bricklayer, 55 s Bond
Adams James, hatter, 334 w Baltimore, dw
Franklin near Pine
Adams James S. carpenter, 122 s Charles
Adams James, plasterer, 213 Orleans
Adams James C. beef and pork packer and
provision inspector, 28 Second, dw 147 w
Adams Jane, 47 Centre Market
Adams John, wheelwright, 30 Orbit alley
ADAMS JOHN A. clerk, 180 w Baltimore
Adams John F. carpenter, Wayne nr Fre-
mont, dw 222 Conway
Adams John Q. clerk, 15 Columbia
Adams John H. sailmaker, 24 Hill
Adams John G. plasterer, 180 Columbia
Adams John T. lumber inspector, w Falls
avenue, dw 69 s Eden
Adams Joseph, clerk, 46 n Exeter
Adams Joseph S. carpenter, 65 Dover, dw
cor Conway and Charles
Adams Joseph, drayman, 25 China alley
Adams Joshua, brass founder, 435 n Gay
Adams Karl, shoemaker, 165 s Eden
Adams Margaret. 7 Bethel
Adams Mrs. Christopher, 43 Franklin
Adams Matthias, laborer, 295 Aliceanna
Adams Priscilla, 178 Hughes
Adams Richard, boiler maker, 59 York
Adams Capt Robert, mariner, 42 s Caroline
Adams Samuel T. 388 w Fayette
Adams Samuel, watchmaker and jeweler,
20 e Pratt
Adams Samuel H. carpenter, Elbow lane
rear 52 Columbia, dw 52 Columbia
Adams T.W. machine sewing and stitch-
ing, over 157 w Baltimore, dw cor Cal-
vert and Mercer
Adams William, watchman, 14 Harford av
Adams William H. pilot, 2% Eastern av
Adamson Samuel, tailor 86 s Eutaw
Adden Frank, laborer, 159 Canton avenue
Addisun Catharine, 141 German
Addison Dennis, laborer, 140 Dallas
Addison Edward, machinist, 56 Poppleton
Addison George C. 612 w Fayette
Addison Geo. M. & Co. grocers, 210 Lex-
Addison Dr. John, Southern Dispensary
48 Conway

Addison Samuel S. shoestore, 208 w Pratt
dw McMechin between John and Oliver
Addison Theodore; engineer, 56 s Poppleton
Addison Wm. H. fireman, 42 s Schroeder
District Attorney, Masonic Hall, dw 110
w Monument
Addison Wm. carp. Hanover, dw 375 Light
Addison Wm W. shoemaker, 208 w Pratt
Addison William, brickyards, foot of Lea-
Adelman Charles, cooper, 20 n Spring
Ading John, varnisher, 57 Clay
Adkisson & Clark, sailmakers, corner Light
and Camden and 128 Dugan's wharf
Adkisson Wm. (A. & Clark) 210 Franklin
Adler Andrew, cabinet mr. 246 n Caroline
Adler Fanny, 239 Durham
Adler George, blacksmith, 114 L Greene
Adler John, laborer, 180 s Canal
Adler John, huckster, 232 s Bond
Adler Joseph, property agent, 64 s Eden
Adler Lewis H. merch. tailor, cor Liberty
and German, dw 177 s Charles
Adler Manes, clothier, 91 n Howard, dw
135 Saratoga
Adler Manasses, pedler, 166 Dallas
Adler Marcus, dry goods, 201 s Broadway
Adler Philip (Straus, A., Hartman & Co.)
71 s Sharp
Adler Thomas, dry goods, 232 s Broadway
Adreon C. C. sup't Northern Central Rail-
way, dw 316 Franklin
Adreon Hannah, 316 Franklin
Adreon Harriet, 101 Bank
Adreon Pearson, collector, 4 North
ADREON WILLIAM & CO. auctioneers
and commission merchants, 22 s Charles
Adreon Wm.T. (W.A.&Co.) 136 Hanover
Ady James, variety store, 161 Sharp
Aeheuback Edwin, confec. 104 n Howard
Aesfeld L. shoemaker, 62 s Spring
Aetel Edward, laborer, rear of 57 s Eutaw
Aff Aubert, laborer, 533 w Lombard
Affavroux Fran. machinist, 146 Harford av
Afflick Thomas, painter, 130 Saratoga
Agan Francis, laborer, 83 McElderry's whf
Agan John, laborer, 192 w Fayette
Agan James, laborer, 24 Fawn
Age Michl. (Newsham & Co.) 76 n Greene
Aged Women's Home, n w cor Lexington
and Calhoun, Mrs. Mercer, matron
Ager Henry, tobacconist, 28 Ross
Agin Matthew, laborer, 10 Gold's court
Agnew Thomas, carpenter, 169 Cathedral
Agnes Chas. butcher, Division near McMe-
Ahen Frederick, laborer, Boston, Canton
Ahern Michael, laborer, Chester near Bank
Ahern Peter, tavern, 7 Fish Market
Ahern John, 253 n Eutaw
Ahern Jeremiah, wagoner, 81 n Exeter
Ahl Henry, ship carpenter, John
Ahmin Henry, printer, 259 n Dallas
Ahlslager Christian, 159 Fremont
Ahling Henry, drayman, 22 Lemon ..
Ahran Dennis, laborer, 24 Fawn
Ah ran H. H. porter, 22 Lemon
Ahrens Adolph (Sailing & A.) Dolphin nr

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