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    Ithaca Directory 1941 LH-REF 974.7 Ithaca 1941 Bellows Falls, Vt. : H.A. Manning Co.

    Ithaca - Tompkins County Public Library Ithaca - Tompkins County Public Library (TCPL) Local History (LH)

    Format: Serial Number of pages: 408

    Permission to digitize the Ithaca City Directories published by H. A. Manning Co. from 1923 to 1986 granted by Jeffrey C. Manning, August 2010.

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    LUMBER-BUILDING MATERIALS 1941-ITHACA DIRECTORy-19i1

    LHREF 974.7 Ithaca 1941 Ithaca directory. Manning, US West Marketing!

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    For Reference ---

    ~ Not to be taken from this room

    V I MASONITE PH.::~~wuuD Pratt and

    Lambert's "61" PAINT Exclusive Dealers

    Varnish

    Enamels

    House Specialties

    ROBINSON & CARPENTER, IN( 206 Taughannock Blvd. 915 W. State St.

    PHONES Lumber 21 Coal 20

  • FINANCIAL-BANKS 1941-ITHACA DIRECTORy-19-l-1

    312 NORT ITHACA, N

    TY PU8L1C LIBRARY AYUGA STREET

    YORK 14850

    The First National Bank Of Ithaca, New York

    AT STATE AND TIOGA STREETS

    OFFICERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

    HAROLD L. REED Chalrmah uf lI .., Board

    PAUL W. BRAII'ARD President

    LaVERE ROBINSO" Vice President and Trust Officer

    RALPH W. MUNGLE Vice-President

    SEVILLE S. REULEIN Cashier and Assistant Trust

    Officer

    A CHESTER SARSFIELD Assistant Cashier

    PAUL W. BR.\I!\.\RD President

    FREDERICK L. BROW'>, JR. Pres., Jamieson-McKinney Co.

    IIE'>RY .\. CAREY President H. A. Carey Co.

    FRED B. HOWE Dentist

    CHARLES J. KE!\ERSON Vlee Pres., Treas.. and Gen!. :\1 I1.r. ,

    Morse Chain Co. D. BOARDMAJ\; LEE

    Attorney CHARLES H. J\;EWMAJ\;

    Attorney LEO,> C. PRITCHARD

    J. G. Pritchard & Son HAROLD L. REED

    Professor Economics. Cornell University JA:\IES R. ROBI"SO'>

    Attorney LaVERE ROBII'SON

    Vice President and Trust Officer

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    FINANCIAL-BANKS 1941-lTHAcA DIRECTORY-19.J:l

    Progress with Salety-

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    FOUNDED on April 3, 1868 by a group of the city's prominent citizens, under the leadership of Ezra Cornell, founder of Cornell

    University-it was originally housed in the wooden structure pictured above. After outgrowing the facilities of three locations-this insti- tution in 1924 constructed the-now familiar five-story, fireproof Ithaca Savings Bank Building. Its progress from 1868 to the present has been exemplified by sound management and careful stewardship of the funds of depositors. The Ithaca Savings Bank has grown up with Ithaca-and has been a vital factor in the city's growth.

    OFFICERS FOR 1941 G. LOUIS COOK DEXTER S. KIMBALL ERNEST A. MILLER REGINALD R. LUMBARD FRANK HOOVER LOUIS E. COOK ALLAN H. TREMAN

    PAUL S. LIVERMORE, Chairman ARTHUR B. TREMAN G. LOUIS COOK, Ex-Officio DEXTER S. KIMBALL, Ex-Officio

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    President First Vice-President

    Second Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Assistant Treasurer Assistant Secretary

    Attorney

    Finance Committee

    "P u t Your Savings

  • FINANCIAL-BANKS 1941-ITHAcA DIRECTORY-19-11

    at Ithaca Savings Bank

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    Tioga Street, corner of Seneca Telephone 2767

    ONLY MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK IN TOMPKINS COUNTY

    SERVICES

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    BANKING BY MAIL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS TRAYEL MONEY MORTGAGE LOANS SCHOOL SAVINGS DEPART\I ENT

    CHRISTMAS CLUB SAVINGS BANK LIFE INSURANCE

    BANKING HOURS Week Days Except Saturdays and Legal Holidays

    9:30 A. M. to 2:30 P. M. Saturdays 9 A. M. to 12 M.

    Member of the Mutual Savings Bank Fund Have the Insurance and

    Protection in Full of Deposits in Member Banks

    •In a Savings Bank"

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    EDUCATIONAL-SCHOOLS 1\)-11-ITl-IACA DJRECTORy-19-11

    ~rqnnl FOUNDED 1870

    "·For the better Preparation of Cornell Students"

    PREPARATORY SCHOOL. A Regents Academy that has prepared for Cornell and other Universities hundreds of students from all over the lJnited States and from many foreign countries. Its methods and program make It possible to combine rapid progress in subject matter with real mental growth.

    SUMMER SCHOOL. A six weeks session (July 7th to Aug. 22nd) is terminated with Regents examinations in August. Credentials thus earned have meant an important saving of time to many Cornellians. Special rates to Ithaca students.

    TUTORING SCHOOL. It has been of valuable assistance to Cornell students for many years. Individual instruction in University and preparatory courses by expert and scholarly instructors.

    References and Catalogue on request

    Oak Ave. DIAL 2014

    C. M. DOYLE, Cornell '02 Headmaster

  • OFFICE EQUIPMENT l~)..J-l-lTHAcA DIRECTORY- Hl..J-l

    A COMPLETE STOCK

    OFFICE EQUIPMENT FURNITURE SUPPLIES

    L C SMITH SUPER-SPEED

    Free Trial No Obli~ation

    TYPEWRITERS Sold-Rented-Repaired

    Authorized Dealers

    CORONA FREE TRIAL NO OBLIGATIONTYPING INSTRUCTION BOOK ~~~~ PA:~~1TS $1.00 Jf:K

    ALLEN WALES ADDING MACHINES DICTAPHONE

    We maintain a complete '''meo...ph ~SAI.S department to assist our users. Fac-~ J tory trained personnel. '.' '0.l • SERVICE

    Mimeographing 24-hour service. • • • SUPPLIES

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    FILING EQUIPMENT - DESKS - STORAGE CUPBOARDS-VISIBLE RECORD SYSTEMS- FILING AND ST"\TIONERS' SUPPLIES

    A.rk to see an Installation.

    Everything for the Office VAN NATTA OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO., INC.

    Dial 2915 ITHACA 222 E. STATE ST.

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    MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 19-H-ITHAcA DIRECTORy-1941

    LENT'S ESTABLISHED 1893

    116 N. Aurora St. DIAL 2104 -WE SELL

    RADIO- ~

    ;~~!~:~:~~~~~~s~ Phonographs & Records in Central New York.

    RADIOS Our Radio Depart- ment features the famous RCA VIC- TOR Products.

    RECORDS One of the most complete stocks of all makes of phonograph recordings in the entire country.

    GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS

    Drop in and see the complete line, showing every model. Also we carry a large line of

    OTHER G. E. APPLIANCES

    PIANOS Mason Hamlin, Knabe, Fischer, Hardman Peck (Minipiano) AND OTHER MAKES.

    MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS

    RADIOS

    RCA VICTOR and other makes of Radios and Radio Phono- graphs and Re- cord Players

    RECORDS Victor, Columbia Decca-Bluebird

    GENERAL ELECTRIC

    Refrigerators and Appliances House hold, Commer- cial, Beverage Coolers, Walk in Coolers, Reach in Coolers, Every- thing in Re- frigeration.

    GENERAL ELECTRIC

    Ranges, [ Water Heaters, Dish Washers, Dis- posals, Laundry Equipment.

    PIANOS Knabe, Mason Hamlin, Fischer, Hardman Peck minipiano)

    PIANOS FOR RENT

    BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY ABC WASHERS and

    IRONERS

    PIANO, RADIO, REFRIGERA-

    TION, WASHER SERVICE

  • CLOTillNG 1941--ITHACA DIRECTORy--1941

    "CONSISTENCY" Is the Measure of a

    Leader

    I N every field of endeavor, one leader stands out from the rest.

    DAY in and day out, it is the champion who finishes

    first. Consistency is the chief characteristic of the

    leader.

    I N every city of America there is one store whose name is almost synonymous with the city it serves. In

    Ithaca, that store is Rothschild's.

    ROTHSCHILD'S is justly proud of its leadership

    not boastin~ly proud, but deeply conscious of the

    faith and trust which you our customers, have placed in

    us. It is this which has assured our leadership. Honor,

    inte~rityand fair dealing-the same basic principles which

    our founders established in 1882, are still the principles

    which guide Rothschild's today!

    NOW, As for 59 Years,

    THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP

    Rothschild's

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  • 10 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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    ITHACA'S COMMUNIH S[RVIC[ cunR ifii-· ~ -.~

    CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING

    211 E. Seneca St.

    ITHACA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE RALPH C. SMITH, Executive Secretary MARY EMMA CARD, Ass't. Secretary

    An organization of 400 business, professional and private citizens whose general purpose is to promote the business and civic welfare of Ithaca.

    ITHACA AUTOMOBILE CLUB MILDRED P. PRESTON, Secretary.

    Specialized service for motorists

    ITHACA COMMUNITY CHEST FRANCES P. WIGLEY, Executive Secretary.

    Providing financial support for 16 of Ithaca's welfare, social service, character-building and health organizations.

    ITHACA CREDIT ASSOCIATION JANE G. McAULIFFE, Executive Secretary. Serving Ithacans by encouraging high standards of personal

    business credit.

  • DIRECTORY LIBRARY 1941--ITHACA DIRECTORY--1941

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    A TYPICAL FREE DIRECTORY LIBRARY

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    Chamber of Commerce Rooms 211 E. Seneca St. A Metropolitan service has been established by H. A. l\IANNING CO., Directory Publishers. These are official City Directories and may be consulted free for single reference by the general public. Your local City Directory is also on file in Directory Libraries in other cities for free public use.

    EVERY City must have a Directory to not only give the names and addresses of its citizens, but also to