The Casey Brothers, Builders of

The Hotel Casey, Scranton, PA

From Steinke's 1914 Story of Scranton

The 1914 Publisher Page
Title page Construction of the Hotel Jermyn The Hotel Casey idea is born

Left: Andrew J. Casey: he came from Ireland with his brothers. Along with Patrick he had a wholesale liquor business.

Right: Patrick J. Casey: younger brother to Andrew. He and his brother built the Hotel Casey.
Left: an April 11, 1891 advertisement in the Scranton Republican for Casey Brothers Wholesale Liquor Dealers, 216 Lackawanna Avenue..." This firm is known in the most remote corners of Northeastern Pennsylvania, and has the reputation of carrying the BEST and PUREST DOMESTIC and IMPORTED GOODS." (Microfilm copy provided by Norma Reese.)

Right: a Casey Brothers, Importers & Wholesale Liquor Dealers, bill/receipt from 1918 with an illustration of 214-216 Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton. (Click the image to see the complete bill enlarged.) Printed along the top edge is, "A. J. Casey, President; P. J. Casey, Secy. & Treas." There is a stamped paragraph stating that if Congress increases the tax before shipment, it will be applied to the price.

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