The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), Friday, May 9, 1856

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Water Street, which has long centered the public business of the Custom House and Post Office in Oswego, has in fact become the focus of the principal commercial and financial operations of the city. Most of the Commercial Houses in the City have offices in the Doolittle and Bronson Blocks.

There are some twenty-five in the former block, including the North Western and other Insurance Agencies. Directly opposite this block, in the brick building recently occupied as Express rooms, Mr. Lynch has fitted up one of the most splendid and tasty Saloons in the city, for the accommodation of the business men. His refreshments, which he intends shall correspond with his locality, will be of the first order.

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Richard Palmer
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Oswego Times & Journal (Oswego, NY), Friday, May 9, 1856