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09 16 WEDDING OF GEORGE ZOELLE
Zoelle Building Constructed in 1903
117 North Second
Watertown Republican, 09 16 1903
George Zoelle has purchased a vacant building site 20x50 feet in North Second Street, between Main and Madison streets, and will soon begin the erection of a two story brick building which will be fitted up in the latest style and convenience for bathing purposes.
He believes that such an institution will be well patronized in this city if conducted in a manner to suit the public.
He states that besides the regular baths given in a place of that kind he will add Turkish baths and have a competent assistant who has had experience in that line.
There is but little doubt that such an institution will be liberally patronized.
There will be no barber shop connected with it [became barber shop a couple of years later].
09 17 WEDDING OF GEORGE ZOELLE
George Zoelle purchased a 20x50 foot building site on North Second Street, between Main and Madison, and erected a two-story brick building that was fitted with all modern improvements for bathing purposes.
One portion was fitted out for Turkish baths and staffed by a competent attendant.
There is a field here for such an institution and we believe George will make a success of this undertaking and he should be given every encouragement in it. Watertown Daily Times, 09 17 1903
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Wedding of George Zoelle
Barber at 117 North Second Street
“I AM OUT ON MY HONEYMOON”
“BOYS, I CAN’T COME OUT TONIGHT. I AM MARRIED”
“MAY YOUR TROUBLES BE LITTLE _?_, AND LOTS OF THEM”
117 NORTH SECOND STREET
Is buried in Oak Hill cemetery
C A Hascell Turkish Bath establishment
Julius Baeslau, 1909, death of former employee
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