T. C. Cunningham
“One of the most level headed business men in the city is Mr. T. C. Cunningham located on the west side where he carries an immense stock of hardware, farming implements, groceries etc., he is one of the most enterprising business men in the city is a shrewed buyer and a man of sound judgment on general subjects. He does a large business and usually has three or four men busily engaged waiting on customers, he takes a leading interest in public matters, is secretary of the county Fair Association is a connoisseur of horse flesh and usually has several fine specimens in his stables, he is also interested in barb wire manufacturing and handles a great deal during the year.”

Submitted by Kay McConkey, and transcribed by Carly Josephson. Thank you, Ladies!

Reference: Sigourney Review, July 26, 1899.

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