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John T. Hart

JOHN T. HART

Proprietor of Hart’s Hotel, Third and North Streets, was born at Easton, October 15, 1864, the son of the late Patrick and Rosie (Boyle) Hart. He came to South Bethlehem in 1869 and attended the public schools, leaving school at an early age to enter the employ of the Bethlehem Steel Company, where he remained until 1904. In that year he assumed the proprietorship of the hotel which he has successfully conducted ever since. Mr. Hart is an active Democrat, and as such from 1896 to 1904 he served as a member of Town Council, representing the Fourth Ward. He has been a consistent and energetic worker at all times. He is a member of the Elks, A.O.H., Northampton County Law, Order and License League, and the Eagles.

 


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Charles T. Hess

CHARLES T. HESS

Secretary and treasurer of the E.P. Wilbur Trust Company, was born in Berrysburg, Dauphin County, Pa. He was educated in Bethlehem and Philadelphia. For a period of twenty eight and one-half years, Mr. Hess has been in the employ of the Wilbur Trust Company and is the possessor of unusual executive and business ability. He has built a large number of homes in and about the city, and is a member of a large number of social and fraternal organizations. Among the most prominent of these are B.P.O. Elks; Bethlehem Club; Northampton Club, of South Bethlehem; Northampton and Lehigh Country Clubs; Manufacturers’ Club, of Philadelphia; Pennsylvania Society of New York. Mr. Hess is a keen-minded business man and a most public­spirited citizen.

 

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