Hutson-Braun Lumber Co
Office: 220-222 South First Street
Lumber Yard: 401-422 South First Street
220 S. FIRST ST (upper left)
09 26 RESIDENTIAL
A Watertown merchant and a Watertown
manufacturer have combined talents to provide the community with an example of
products “Made in Watertown - Sold in Watertown.” The result is currently
on display at 220 South First Street, the Hutson-Braun Lumber Co. It is
here that the Hutson-Braun Lumber Co. has designed a complete display window
for the showing of Village Blacksmith's new line of “Galaxy Letter
Boxes.” Local residents had a preview of these residential mail boxes
last spring at the Jaycee Industrial Fair at the National Guard Armory.
Since that time they have been acclaimed as the most
beautiful line of home mail boxes produced anywhere in the nation. WDT
06 11 RESIDENTIAL
The O. E. Carlson Coal Co., located at 1501 South Third Street, closed its
operation today after 34 years of business. The business and 25 acres of land were
purchased by Robert Hutson of the Hutson-Braun Lumber Co. early this year. Mr. Hutson plans a major real estate
development. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, who
reside at 1016 South Eighth Street, will retain their cottage and 25 acres of
land in the Seventh Ward.
03 31 PAUL KOEHLER, 1505 Neenah Street, today was named the new manager of the Hutson-Braun Lumber Co., according to a company announcement today. In his new position he will take over the duties of Robert W. Hutson who has been manager. Mr. Hutson is going into another line of business and expects to make an announcement shortly. Mr. Koehler has been with the Hutson-Braun organization for several years.
History of Watertown, Wisconsin