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Title: New York, the metropolis : its noted business and professional men.
Year: 1893 (1890s)
Authors: Sprague, John Franklin.
Publisher: [New York] : New York Recorder
Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: The Durst Organization
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ent and improve-ment in quality, and in the search of this, numerous jjatents(38) were taken out, some of which having since expired bylimitation are now being universally used on all eight dayliendulum clocks. Some ten years ago his business wasincorporated under the laws of the State of New York, andhis concern pays taxes on §100,000 paid up capital. He isassisted in his arduous labors by the able Si-cretary, Mr.O. Bartel, and by his lieutenant, Mr. H. Stanf, who hascharge of their uptown branch at Union Scpiare. Theirbusiness extends throughout all the States and SouthAmerica, and Mr. Kroeber believes his export would grow-considerably if raw material were not taxed by our tarifflaws and if we had a merchant marine, that we are naturallyentitled to by our position, our wealth and rank among thenations. The F. Kroeber Clock Company have beautifiedmore homes with their clocks than any other company inAmerica and tluy have the satisfaction of knowing that NEW YORK, THE METROPOLIS. 39
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ASCH & JAECKELS FUR ESTABLISHMENT. 40 NEW YORK, THE METROPOLIS. their products are appreciated by all the jewellers throvigh-out the country. Mr. Kroeber is in the prime of life, andperhaps many in the next generation will have clocks ontheir mantels labelled Manufactured by the Kroeber ClockCo. Mr. Kroeber is one of the directors of the GermanLegal Aid Society, a director of the Jewellers SecurityAlliance and a member of the Arion Society since 1861. BOERICKE & TAFEL. There is nothing more surprising than the spread of thehomoeopathic school of medicine within the last half cen-tury. There was a time, and that within the memory ofmany now living, when there were not in this country morethan fifty followers of Dr. Hahnemann, while at this jjresenttime they are to be numbered by the thousand in this Stateof New York alone. In this volume of New York, TheMetropolis will be found sketches of many of theleading practitioners of this city, while their colleges,hospitals and dispens
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