Addison Ware (1846)

”An example of the substantial increases is furnished by a transaction of recent date. Back in 1846, a parcel of land at the corner of Main and Bridge streets, Springfield, was sold to Addison Ware, then cashier of the Western Railroad, for $2,500. Soon after that, Mr. Ware became involved in financial difficulties, and the land passed into the hands of a Mr. Chapin, who thereupon sold it to Henry Fuller, Jr., for $4,000. …”

Reference Data:

United States Investor, Vol. 26, Issue 1, by Frank P. Bennett and Company, 1915, page 202

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