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Hugh A. Kay Confectionary

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1817 Denison Ave., Cleveland, Ohio


Hugh A. Kay (1892-????)
This store was listed in the 1920 city directory. Hugh Kay and family lived at 3877 W.20th St. at the time. His wife, Myrtle Wiley Kay was daughter of James and Ellen Wiley. Her parents were Canadians formerly from the Woodland Avenue area. According to the 1920 U.S. Census, Hugh was a plumber by trade.
No further information is known at this time.

Other businesses at this location:

1930's - George Adams' Confectionary
1940's - Charles Kotkowsky's Barbershop
1950's - James Pucci's Barbershop

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