John S. Campbell appears twice in the July and September 1887 editions of D&B.
Business Type: Agricultural Implements
J. R. Graham was replaced by Joseph Heard as the agent for Peter Hamilton Agricultural implements in November of 1890 [FFG 28 Nov 1890; 4]. The 1891 Census lists him as a 42 year-old implement-agent, Scottish-born and a Methodist. Afterwards he sold insurance. Graham disappears from D&B after 1897.
Foster Kelly may have been in business as early as 1899 when he opened up a Massey Harris Farm Implement dealership in a frame building on Francis Street East [FF Then & Now; 164]. His first appearance in the directories occurs in 1904 when he is listed as a steamfitter, and, in 1905, as an […]
W.T. Robson was born in Somerville Township in 1884. After the death of his father he went to work for his Uncle Thomas Robson. Around 1906 he purchased the business and sold small agricultural implements from a shop and show room on the main street. Originally located in a an old frame building at the […]