Data Table: City Directory Information
Bernal History Project has compiled records for every street in the neighborhood using the 1907, 1915, and 1922 city directories. This is just a small sample of our database.
|Address||Year Built||Resident Name||Occupation|
|449 Ellsworth||1916||Anton Reichmuth (Justine)||laborer|
|463 Ellsworth||1920||Edward Vogt (Irene)||driver|
|465 Ellsworth||1906||John J. Lynch (Nora)||laborer|
|499 Ellsworth||1900||Walter Tuckett (Eva)||finisher|
|499 Ellsworth (rear)||1900||Charles Newforth||laborer|
|504 Ellsworth||1906||Joseph Valentino||laborer|
|506 Ellsworth||1900||Frank Leighton (Hazel)||steamfitter|
|510 Ellsworth||1906||Alvin Gould (Nettie)||none listed|
|518 Ellsworth||1900||Carl R. Carlson (Annie)||carpenter|
|527 Ellsworth||1902||John Brown (Ethel)||seaman|
|546 Ellsworth||1915||J.B. Fuller||none listed|
Many more houses were added to these two blocks of Ellsworth Street in the 1920s and 1930s. In 1922, there was still lots of open space and farmland on the hill.
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