In the 1899 Frank Carlson is listed at 428 Superior.
1902 City Directory. John Carlson worked as a laborer on the Capitol.
1905 Payroll and City Directory. Victor Carlson, born in Sweden in about 1883 and emigrated in about 1900, worked as a laborer on the Capitol although he lists his occupation as "plasterer" in the 1905 census.
In the 1899 and 1900 CDs Alexander Caron is listed as a bricklayer living at 878 Park.
Alexander Carr was born in Austria in 1856 and emigrated in 1882. He and his wife, Anna, raised a large family here in St. Paul.
Dale and Bumgardner Payroll. Michael Carr was born in Minnesota in 1871. He worked as a teamster for Dale and Bumgardner in 1904 grading the Capitol grounds.
1902 Beam painting payroll. Frank Carstensen worked as a painter employed in rust proofing beams though he always named his occupation "carpenter" for the censuses. He was born in Denmark in 1871 and emigrated in 1895. He and his wife, Ester, also Danish, raised their family in St. Paul while Frank worked as a carpenter.
Thomas Casserly (1856-1920) was born in New Jersey and lived at this address with his Irish parents. In 1900 he was working as a tinsmith and by 1910 he was working as a carpenter.
1903 Payroll. Joseph Cavanaugh was born in Ireland in 1849 and he emigrated in 1877. His name appears in a September 1903 payroll when he did some work as a carpenter.
Thomas Chapin was born in Minnesota in 1865.