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Frank Seefeldt Livery

211 S Third



11 03

Frank Seefeldt is having a new livery stable erected on South Third Street in cost when completed $10,000.  The building will be 48x100 feet and two stories high, the entire lower floor being constructed of cement and all the other arrangements up to date in every particular.


The contractors for the work are Fred Behlke,(*) carpenter work, and Kunert & Kaddetz, mason work.


(*) Ferdinand Behlke, carpenter contractor, 921 Main, h. same (1913-14 City Directory)




01 01       Livery Business Purchased


John Wing of Waukesha has purchased the livery business of Frank Seefeldt in Third Street, and has leased the livery barn for a term of years.  [Frank Seefeldt had built a new livery stable on the east side of the 200 block South Third in 1905]





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