Stowell & Rood (Detroit, MI)

A. ( Alexander) Stowell & (Sidney) Rood Booksellers and Bookbinders

"old wooden building on the northeast corner of Jefferson Avenue and Griswold
Street. 

Detroit

Michigan  (1830's*) 1.

*Sidney Rood advertised as a bookbinder in the Crary, Buffalo New York, Directory pg.100,  but: in the same year (1832) Sidney Rood, among others, "advertised that they would at all times be ready to take care of those who had cholera, and they at once had all they could do.  ... the " great remedy was brandy"    "ibid pg. 286. General Friend Palmer, Early Days in Detroit.

1.  Detroit,  1830's (Alexander) Stowell & Rood, Bookstore with a bindery
upstairs.  "old wooden building on the northeast corner of Jefferson Avenue
and Griswold Street. (pg. 28 ), "Sid" Rood's brother  named Gill  (pg. 242),
the partnership dissolved and Sidney Rood remained, pg. 893   General Friend
Palmer, Early Days in Detroit.

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