Floyd Weekes Blacksmith Shop, west side of Main Street (between Fulton Avenue and Front Street). the building is draped with flag bunting and a banner with an image of a fireman and the word “Welcome.”
Receipt for payment of $19.90 made by William and John B. Garner to Carman Cornelius for smith work done. Note: William and John B. were sons of John Garner (?-1833) and Sarah Birdsall (1790-1836). They were farmers in Jerusalem (present-day…
Receipt for payment of $85.49 made by William Garner, Sr., to Carman Cornelius for smith work. Note: Garner was a son of John Garner (?-1833) and Sarah Birdsall (1790-1836). He was a farmer and resided in Jerusalem (present-day Wantagh), N.Y.
Advertisement for Chas. O. Colvin, carriage and wagon builder, located in Merrick, N.Y. Colvin also was a dealer in carriages, sleighs, and harnesses, and he performed repair work, painting, blacksmithing, etc.