Sandusky History: Frederick Douglass, and old business

Sandusky Register Staff
Mar 22, 2013

 

This week the Sandusky History blog includes a look back to the March 19, 1985, edition of the Sandusky Register, and an article featuring a new business that opened:

"J.R. Conley opened a dye and cleaning works on East Park Street in Sandusky. Mr. Conley and several of his employees and family members are pictured above. When you look closely at some of the employees, you can see a variety of irons that were used in the clothing cleaning and renovating business."

Click HERE to view another picture and read more.

Also included in the blog this week was an entry about Frederick Douglass speaking in Sandusky.

Comments

Eph 2 8-10

1985?? Looks more like 1895 ....

Darwin's choice

Award winning paper............

Eph 2 8-10

They can't even cut and paste:

An article in the March 19, 1895 issue of the Sandusky Register reported that J.R. Conley opened a dye and cleaning works on East Park Street in Sandusky. Mr. Conley and several of his employees and family members are pictured above. When you look closely at some of the employees, you can see a variety of irons that were used in the clothing cleaning and renovating business.

Cityslicker

You both took the comments right out of my keyboard. Award winning my %4#@.