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The Henry Bock Building : A Sign of the Times 428-430 East 75 th Street Janine Wilkosz.

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The Henry Bock Building : A Sign of the Times 428-430 East 75th Street Janine Wilkosz

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Residents of 428-430 East 75th Street in 1900:

Henry Bock, 33, head

Philippine Bock, 35, wife

Frederick Bock, 12, son

Henry Bock, 12, son

Elfreda Bock, 8, daughter

Dora Bock, 5, daughter

Edward Bock, 4, son

Frederick Gull, 22, border

Arnold Fudern, 20, border

Selma Olsen, 28, servant

Hart Strobel, 26, head

Barbary Strobel, 24, wife

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New York City Directories

1897 1906-7

Dill, Alois, shoer 428 E. 75th

Bock, H’y, shoer 430 E. 75th

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Bocks found in 1910 Federal Census

Location: Seattle, Washington

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Residents of 428-430 East 75th Street in 1910:

Alois Dill, 29, head

Anna Dill, 30, wife

Rudolph Dill, 9, son

Edward Dill, 7, son

AloisDill, 2, son

Barbara Fisher, 37, head (widowed)

William Fisher, 17, son

Frederick Fisher, 16, son

Charles Fisher, 15, son

Lillie Fisher, 9, daughter

Louis Fisher, 7, son

Henrietta Fisher, 5, daughter

William Radon, 70, father

Adolph Hoffman, 46, border

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Dills found in 1930 Federal Census

Location: Hempstead, New York

changes through time
Changes Through Time

Pre 1895 multiple owners

1896 Bock

1905 Dill

1917 Alterations

1947 Acme Lumber and Moulding Co. Inc.

1957 Alterations

1976 Karten

1987 Alterations

Uses Through Time

Farmland

Horseshoeing business

Automobile service

Lumber business

Automobile service

Vet office, dance center, florist

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First floor

(present day openings)

First floor

(tax photo openings)