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									Introduction
Research appears to have traced the LeMoult family back to France in the 1700s. The
following sets forth a concise history of the LeMoult family from Talant, France; Rouen,
France; Harburg, Germany; Hamburg, Germany; New York, New York; and Larchmont,
New York.

Jacob Frederic Francois LeMoult
According to relatives in France, Jacob Frederic Francois LeMoult was the father of
Georg Francois LeMoult. Jacob married Couturier Madeleine in 1723 in Talant, France.

Georg Francois LeMoult (died after 1770)
According to documents located in Harburg, Germany, Georg Francois LeMoult was the
father of Francois Frederic Georg LeMoult who was born on September 11, 1770 in
Rouen, France. It appears that George married Marie-Anne Le Tissier on August 3, 1763
in Rouen, France. We have not yet located any other information on Georg Francois
LeMoult.

Francois Frederic Georg LeMoult (1770-1842)
Francois Frederic Georg LeMoult was born on September 11, 1770, in Rouen, France.
At some point before 1802, Francois left France and moved to Harburg, Germany.
According to German records, Francois was employed as a French language teacher in
Harburg, Germany. Francois married Catharine Henriette Caspar at City Church
(Lutheran) in Harburg, Germany, on September 12, 1802. Francois and Catharine had
five children: Arnold Friedrich Georg LeMoult (1803-1855); Louis Charle Dietrich
LeMoult (1804-1806); Therese Charlotte Juliane LeMoult (1807-died after 1834);
unnamed daughter (1809-1809); and Charles Leon LeMoult (1811-1812). Francois died
on December 11, 1842 in Harburg, Germany, and was buried at City Church in Harburg,
Germany on December 16, 1842.

Arnold Friedrich Georg LeMoult (1803-1855)
Arnold was born on February 21, 1803 in Harburg, Germany. At some point before
1832, Arnold moved from Harburg to Hamburg, Germany, and was employed as a
Commissionair (commission agent/merchant) and coffee broker in Hamburg. Arnold
became a citizen of the city of Hamburg on November 21, 1832. Arnold married Amalia
Henrietta Kock on December 9, 1832, at St. Petri Church (Lutheran) in Hamburg,
Germany. Arnold and Amalia had at least 19 children: Christian Friederich LeMoult
(1833-????); Julie Pauline Wilhelmine LeMoult (1834-1835); Andreas Friederich
Christian LeMoult (1835-1836); unnamed child (1835); Friederich Wilhelm LeMoult
(1837-1842); Bernhard Rudolph August LeMoult (1837-died after 1871); Johann August
LeMoult (1838-????); unnamed child (1838); Christian Heinrich LeMoult (1839-1912);
Catharina Mathilde LeMoult (1841-1875); Maria Therese Elisabeth LeMoult/Dryer
(1842-after 1870); Christian Eduard LeMoult (1843-????); Hinrich Louis Wilhelm
LeMoult (1845-1894); Johann Adolph LeMoult (1846-1912); Ernst Friedrich Johann
(1848); Heinrich Oscar Wilhelm LeMoult (1849-????); Johannes Heinrich Emil (1852-
????); Claus Heinrich Wilhelm LeMoult (1853-1853). Arnold died on August 29, 1855
in Hamburg, Germany and was buried on September 2, 1855 at St. Georg Church
(Lutheran) in Hamburg, Germany in the Suhr family burial site.

Johann “Adolph” LeMoult I (1846-1912)
Johann Adolph LeMoult was born on April 5, 1846 in Hamburg, Germany. Johann
Adolph moved to the United States around 1865 at the age of 19 and was known as
"Adolph" LeMoult in the United States. There is a family story that Adolph was first
stowed-away on a ship to South Africa and later came to the United States. According to
German marriage records, Adolph’s brother, Christian Heinrich LeMoult, was a ship
captain, and there is no passenger record of Adolph coming to the U.S. Soon after he
arrived in the United States, Adolph opened a florist business (see below). Adolph
LeMoult married Mary Francis Trotetere sometime around 1870 and became a citizen of
the United States on May 16, 1973. Adolph and Mary had the following seven children:
Mathilde Francis LeMoult/Levins (1871-1945); Adolphe LeMoult (1872-1876);
Charlotte LeMoult (1874-1909); Royal LeMoult (1877-1881); Adolph Winfield LeMoult
(1880-1951); Mary LeMoult/Fenrich (1884-1953); and Violet LeMoult/Sullivan (1889-
????). On May 21, 1912, Mary LeMoult died. Two months later, on July 22, 1912,
Adolph LeMoult also died. Adolph LeMoult was buried on July 24, 1912 at the
Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx, New York at the LeMoult family burial site.

Adolph LeMoult & Son Florists

         According to newspaper articles, once Adolph LeMoult moved to New York, a
friend got him a job at Lord & Taylor where he worked at this department store for a few
months, but quit after he did not receive a raise. Soon thereafter, as the story goes, he
was out in the country near Rahway, N.J., and noticed some beautiful lilies. It appears
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that he decided to pick the lilies and sell them on a sidewalk near Wallack' Theater on
lower Broadway (now Union Square). Adolph continued to sell flowers on the sidewalk
and eventually he became know as the "Lily Boy" to the theater crowd. Within a year,
his sidewalk business grew enough to open a flower store next to the Theater. (New
York’s Leading Industries, The American Weekly, April 1950) This story is supported by
the first listing of Adolph LeMoult in the Trow's New York City Directory on May 1,
1869. This directory lists Adolph LeMoult & Co., florists, at 837 Broadway and a home
address of 842 Broadway. Wallack's Theater was listed at 844 Broadway. Adolph
LeMoult left his Broadway location in 1870 and moved to Fourth Avenue near 29th Street
(now Park Avenue South).

        In 1878, Adolph LeMoult moved his flower shop to the Bowery near Delancey
Street. From 1880-1909, LeMoult Florists was located at 172-174 Bowery, adjacent to
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Harry Miner' Bowery Theater. By 1887, the shop was thriving and Adolph LeMoult
began purchasing personal property in the Tremont section of the Bronx. Adolph
LeMoult purchased his first lot on April 16, 1887 at 606 Tremont Avenue and purchased
two adjacent lots in August and December of that year (this property is now located on
the south-east corner of East Tremont and Anthony Avenue in the Bronx). The property
had a large three-story wooden home that, according to family lore, had the name
LeMoult carved in the front. Today the location of the home appears to be a parking lot
for a church. There used to be a picture of the house hanging in the flower shop.
Unfortunately, in the 1890s the country fell into a recession/depression as a result of the
panic of 1893 and the florist shop struggled (American Weekly, April 1950). Adolph
LeMoult took out four mortgages on his home in December 1893. On May 5, 1909
Adolph LeMoult sold his home on Tremont Avenue and moved nearby to 226 Echo
Place. Also in 1909, the shop at 172-174 Bowery was torn down to make way for a new
subway line from Delancey Street. The shop was torn down and paved over to create
what is now known as Kenmare Street. After the store was torn down, the business
moved next door to 176 Bowery in 1909. In 1910, the store moved up the street to 202
Bowery. Additionally in 1910, LeMoult Florist opened another store at 453 E. Tremont
Avenue in the Bronx. By 1912, the store was still failing, and both Adolph LeMoult and
his wife died. A magazine article reported that Adolph died $29,000 in debt and asked
his son Adolph II to promise that he would pay off his debts. (American Weekly, April
1950).

        There are several interesting anecdotes about Adolph LeMoult and his flower
shop, and he appears to have been a very colorful character, including that in celebrating
the opening of the Brooklyn Bridge he fitted a huge model of the bridge made entirely of
flowers on top of a large truck that was one of the first cars to cross the bridge. (New
York’s Leading Industries). Additionally, it was reported that one time when President
Garfield was visiting New York, LeMoult attempted to present the President with flowers
from the crowd. When LeMoult could not reach President Garfield, he threw the flowers
at him, knocking off the President’s hat. The story goes that Adolph LeMoult was about
to be attacked by the crowd, but that the President intervened and accepted another set of
flowers from LeMoult. (The New Yorker June 16, 1934). Additionally, there is a story
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that Adolph LeMoult created a chair of flowers for President Lincoln' funeral train, and
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while the dates don'appear to match up, it is possible he did it as a very new florist.
(Historic Shops & Restaurants of New York).

Adolph LeMoult II (1880-1951)

Adolph LeMoult II was born on September 26, 1880 in New York, New York. Adolph
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LeMoult II worked at his father' store from at least 1904 and took over the store when
his father died in 1912. Adolph LeMoult II ran the store at 202 Bowery and another store
at 4229 Broadway. Adolph initially lived down the street from his parents at 2248
Bathgate Avenue in the Bronx and later at 480 E. 179th Street and 660 West 180th in the
Bronx. Adolph II married Bessie F. Rhing sometime around 1902. Adolph II and Bessie
had two boys: Everett (1903-1995) and Adolph (1908-1985). In 1917, Adolph II moved
to Manhattan and lived at 436 Fort Washington Avenue.

According to a magazine interview with Adolph II, the florist shop struggled for 9 years
after his father died until he was forced to vacate his shop because the rent was four
months overdue. The interview stated that after he vacated his shop, Adolph II went to
St. Leo' Church on 28th Street in Manhattan to pray for guidance. Afterwards, he started
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walking towards Sixth Avenue and found a broken-down empty store on 51 West 28th
Street. He called the agent listed on the window of the store who told him that it had
been vacant for several years. The broker offered Adolph II two months of free rent if he
would fix up the store. Adolph II seized the offer and, remarkably, sold $700 worth of
merchandise in the first three days. Time passed and the business prospered. (The
American Weekly, April 1950)

At some time after 1922, Adolph LeMoult moved to Larchmont, New York. It appears
that his family first lived at 3 Cambridge Ct. in Larchmont and then later purchased a
home at 2 Center Street in Larchmont. This Centre Street home was built in a new
development that had been subdivided from an 84 acre parcel of land owned by the
James Myers Estate. On June 7, 1923, Adolph LeMoult & Son, Inc. was incorporated in
the State of New York. By 1933, Adolph II had both of his sons working at the shop, and
they were listed as the Vice Presidents of Adolph LeMoult & Son, Inc. Adolph II was a
director of FTD, a member of the Winged Foot Golf Club, Larchmont Shore Club, New
York Athletic Club and the Knights of Columbus. Adolph II died on June 8, 1951 and
Bessie died in 1953. The family sold the house at 2 Center Street in 1953. Adolph was
buried on June 11, 1951 at the LeMoult family burial site at the Woodlawn Cemetery in
the Bronx, New York.

Adolph LeMoult III (1908-1985)

Adolph LeMoult III was born on January 12, 1908 in Bronx, New York. Adolph and his
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brother Everett worked at their father' flower shop and ultimately took joint ownership.
Later, Adolph bought-out his brother and ran the store by himself. Adolph III married
Fern Bailey at St. Augustine’s Church in Larchmont, New York around 1934 and had
five children: Adolph J. (August 4, 1935), William D. (November 17, 1936), John E.
(May 3, 1939), Michael A. (August 31, 1940) and Fern E. (March 26, 1945). In 1941,
Adolph LeMoult III purchased a home down the street from his parents at 28 Stuyvesant
Avenue, Larchmont, New York. Adolph III sold his home in Larchmont in 1960, moved
to Meadowlark Road in Port Chester, New York until 1968, and then moved into New
York City where he and Fern lived on 63rd street in Manhattan for several years. They
sold the flower shop in the 1970s and subsequently moved to Cape Coral Florida where
they lived until Adolph LeMoult III died on March 14, 1985. He was buried in Florida.
Fern LeMoult moved to Connecticut and subsequently died in Norwalk, Connecticut on
April 29, 1999. She was buried with Adolph in Florida.

Emil LeMoult (1852-????)

Johannes Heinrich "Emil" LeMoult was born in 1852 in Hamburg, Germany. In 1870,
Adolph LeMoult lived with his brother, Emil LeMoult, in New York City. Emil was 6
years younger than Adolph. There is no mention of Emil in any of the articles on
LeMoult Florists, and no record of any of his children, but Emil also worked as a florist
in New York City for 37 years (from 1875 until 1912). In fact, while a florist review
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attributes LeMoult & Landgraff to Adolph LeMoult, it appears from Trow' New York
Directories that the LeMoult in LeMoult & Landgraff was actually Emil LeMoult. There
may have been a rift between Adolph and Emil. First, there is no mention of Emil in any
of the articles on Adolph LeMoult I or his son. Second, Emil LeMoult had his florist
shop on Fourth Avenue during his entire 37 year career, and Adolph LeMoult tried to
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distance his florist shop from Emil' in 1908 and 1909 by stating in his New York
directory listing, in all caps, "I HAVE NO STORE ON 4TH AVENUE."
                   LeMoult Florist Locations
                            New York, New York

Year                                                   Location
1869                                 837 Broadway
1870                                 407 4th Avenue
1871-1875                            411 4th Avenue (7 Union Square in 1874)
1876-1877                            340 4th Avenue
1878                                 227 Bowery
1879                                 166 Bowery
1880-1908                            172 Bowery (174 Bowery 1884)
1909                                 176 Bowery & 453 E. Tremont Avenue,
                                     Bronx
1910-1911                            202 Bowery & 453 E. Tremont Avenue,
                                     Bronx
1912                                 202 Bowery, 4229 Broadway & 453 E.
                                     Tremont Avenue, Bronx
1913                                 202 Bowery, 4229 Broadway & 1729
                                     Washington Avenue
1914                                 202 Bowery & 4229 Broadway
1915-1916                            202 Bowery, 4229 Broadway & 660 W.
                                     180th
1917-1920                            202 Bowery
1922-1926                            51 West 28th Street
1926-1939                            34 West 28th Street
1940-1960                            32 West 28th Street
1961-1963                            32 West 28th Street & 270 Park Avenue
1964-1965                            44 West 28th Street & 270 Park Avenue
1966-1967                            44 West 28th Street
1968-1970                            44 West 28th Street & 270 Park Avenue
1971-1972                            15 East 48th Street & 270 Park Avenue
1973-1978                            270 Park Avenue
1979-1980                            43 West 28th Street & 270 Park Avenue
1981                                 270 Park Avenue
1982 (Irene Hayes Wadley Smythe      1 Rockefeller Plz. 1211 Avenue of
LeMoult)                             Americas
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I have reviewed Trow' New York City Directory and other New York City
Directories/Telephone books and have found the following listings for the LeMoult
flower shop:

• May 1, 1869 – Adolph LeMoult & Co., florist, 837 B’way, h 842 B’way
• May 1, 1870 – Adolph LeMoult, flowers, 407 Fourth Avenue, home 409 Fourth
  Avenue; Le Moults'   Natural Flower Preserving Co. 407 Fourth Avenue, home 409
  Fourth Avenue
• May 1, 1871-1873 – Adolph LeMoult, preserver, 411 Fourth Avenue
• May 1, 1874 – Adolph LeMoult, flowers, 7 Union Square, home 411 Fourth Avenue
• May 1, 1875 – LeMoult & Landgraff, preservers of natural flowers, 411 Fourth
  Avenue; Emil LeMoult, preserver of natural flowers, 411 Fourth Avenue
• May 1, 1876 – Emil LeMoult, flowers, 340 Fourth Avenue; LeMoults Natural Flower
  Preserving Laboratory, Established 1865, No. 340 4th Avenue, near 29th St., Emil
  LeMoult & H.A. Landgraff Sole Prop'    rs
• May 1, 1877 – Adolph LeMoult, Preserver of Flowers, 340 Fourth Av. Bet. 24th & 25th
  Sts., established 1865; Emile LeMoult, flowers, 411 Fourth Avenue; LeMoult &
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  Landgraff, flowers, 411 Fourth Avenue; LeMoult' Natural Flower Preserving
                                            th
  Laboratory, established 1865, No. 411 4 Avenue, near 29th St., Emil Le Moult &
  H.A. Landgraff, Sole Prop' rs
• May 1, 1878 – Adolph LeMoult, florist, 227 Bowery, home 340 Fourth Av.; Emile
  LeMoult, natural flower preserving laboratory, established 1865. No. 411 Fourth av.
  Near E. 29th St. Emile LeMoult & H.A. Landgraff, flowers, 411 Fourth Av.
• May 1, 1879 – Adolph LeMoult, florist 166 Bowery; Emil LeMoult, natural flower-
  preserving laboratory, established 1865, 411 Fourth Av. Near E. 29th; LeMoult' Floral
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  Establishment, 166 Bowery
• May 1, 1880-1881 – Adolph LeMoult, florist, 172 Bowery; Emil LeMoult, natural
  flower-preserving laboratory, established 1865, 411 Fourth Avenue near E. 29th, h.
  Yonkers
• May 1, 1883 – Adolph LeMoult, florist 172 Bowery, home 212 Second av.; Emil
  LeMoult, natural flower-preserving laboratory, established 1865, 411 Fourth Avenue
  near E. 29th, h. Yonkers
• May 1, 1884 – Adolph LeMoult, florist, 172 & 174 Bowery, home 212 Second Av.,
  Gardens, Spring Valley, NY; Emil LeMoult, flowers, 411 Fourth av. (see adv. Page
  65, com. Reg.)
• May 1, 1885-1887 – Adolph LeMoult, florist, 172 Bowery, home 318 E. 18th; Emil
  LeMoult, flowers, 436 Fourth Av.
• May 1, 1888 -- Adolph LeMoult, florist, 172 Bowery, 2210 Third Av. & 76 E. 125th,
  home 606 Tremont Av.; Emil LeMoult, flowers, 436 Fourth Av.
• May 1, 1889-1893 – Adolph LeMoult, florist, 172 Bowery, home 606 Tremont av;
  Emil LeMoult, florist, 436 Fourth Av.
• May 1, 1894 -- Adolph LeMoult, florist, 172 Bowery, home 606 Tremont av; Emil
  LeMoult, florist, 436 Fourth Av.; Jacob LeMoult, tailor r 15 Pitt
• May 1, 1895-1900 – Adolph LeMoult, florist, 172 Bowery, home 606 Tremont av;
  Emil LeMoult, florist, 436 Fourth Av.
• May 1, 1901 -- Adolph LeMoult, florist, 172 Bowery, home 606 Tremont av; Emil
  LeMoult, florist, 436 Fourth Av., home 131 E. 30th
• May 1, 1902 -- Adolph LeMoult, florist, 172 Bowery, home 606 Tremont av; Emil
  LeMoult, florist, 436 Fourth Av. (see also Business Directory)
• 1902-1903 (Business Directory)-- Adolph LeMoult, florist, 172 Bowery; Emil
  LeMoult, florist, 436 Fourth Av.
• 1904-1906 – Adolph LeMoult, florist 172 Bowery, home 606 Tremont av.; Adolph Jr.
  clerk, home 2248 Bathgate av.; Emil LeMoult, florist, 436 4th av., home 103 Lex. Av
• July 1, 1908 – Adolph LeMoult Florist, 172 Bowery Tel 95 Spring, I HAVE NO
  STORE ON 4TH AVE.; Adolph LeMoult, Jr., Florist, 172 Bowery, home 2248
  Bathgate av; Emil LeMoult, florist, 436 4th av., home 103 Lex. Av.
• August 1, 1909 – LeMoult (firm of) florists 453 Tremont av.; Adolph LeMoult, florist,
  176 Bowery & 453 E. Tremont av., Telephone 95 Spring. I HAVE NO STORE ON
  4TH AV., home 240 Echo Pl.; Adolph LeMoult Jr., florist, 176 Bowery & 453 E.
  Tremont av., home 2248 Bathgate av.; Emil LeMoult, florist, 436 4th av., home 103
  Lex. Av.; Mary LeMoult, florist, 176 Bowery
• August 1, 1910 – LeMoult (firm of) florists 202 Bowery & 453 E. Tremont av.;
  Adolph LeMoult, florist, 202 Bowery & 453 E. Tremont av., home 240 Echo pl;
  Adolph LeMoult, Jr., florist, 202 Bowery, home 480 E. 179th; Emil LeMoult, florist,
  436 4th av., home 103 Lex. Av.; Mary LeMoult, florist, 202 Bowery, 240 Echo pl
• August 1, 1911 – LeMoult (firm of) florists 202 Bowery & 453 E. Tremont av. & 240
  Echo pl.; Adolph LeMoult, florist, 202 Bowery & 453 E. Tremont av., home 240 Echo
  pl; Adolph LeMoult, Jr., florist, 202 Bowery, home 480 E. 179th; Emil LeMoult,
  florist, 436 4th av., home 149 E. 31st.; Mary F. LeMoult, florist, 202 Bowery, 453 E.
  Tremont av., 240 Echo pl
• August 1, 1912 – Adolph LeMoult, pres., 202 Bowery, 4229 Broadway & 453 E.
  Tremont av., home 240 Echo Pl; Adolph & Son Florists, 202 Bowery 4229 Broadway
  & 453 E. Tremont av.; Adolph LeMoult, Jr., sec., 202 Broadway, 4229 Broadway &
  453 E. Tremont Av., home 480 E. 179th; Emil LeMoult 436 4th Av., home 149 E. 31st;
  Mary LeMoult, v. pres., 202 Bowery, 4229 Broadway & 453 E. Tremont a453 E.
  Tremont av., home 240 Echo place
• August 1, 1913 – Adolph LeMoult & Son florists 202 Bowery; Adolph LeMoult Jr.,
  sec., 202 Bowery, 4229 Broadway & 1729 Washington av., home 240 Echo pl; Emil
  LeMoult, home 149 E. 31st
• August 1, 1914 – Adolph LeMoult & Son florists, 4229 Broadway, Adolph LeMoult,
  Jr., sec., 202 Bowery & 4229 Broadway, home 660 West 180th; B.F., pres., 4229
  Broadway, home 660 West 180th; Emil LeMoult, home 149 E. 31st
• 1915-1916 – Adolph LeMoult, sec.-treas., Adolph LeMoult & Son, 660 W. 180th;
  LeMoult Adolph & Son, Inc. (NY) B.F. LeMoult, Pres., Tomas Neville V-Pres,
  Adolph LeMoult Sec and Treas, Florists 202 Bowery Tel Spring 6500 and 4229
  Broadway, Tel Audubon 145; B.F. LeMoult, Pres., Adolph LeMoult & Son 660
  W180th
• 1917-1920 – Adolph LeMoult sec-treas, Adolph LeMoult & Son, Inc. h. 436 Ft.
  Washington av.; Adolph & Son Inc. (NY) Bessie F. LeMoult, pres., Thos Neville v-p,
  Adolph LeMoult sec-treas florists 202 Bowery; Bessie F. pres, Adolph LeMoult &
  Son Inc., home 436 Ft. Wash. Av.
• 1922-1923 – Adolph LeMoult, treas, Adolph LeMoult & Son, home, Larchmont, NY;
  Adolph LeMoult & Son (NY) B.F. LeMoult, pres., Adolph LeMoult, sec., florists 51
  W. 28th; B.F. LeMoult, Pres., Adolph LeMoult & Son, home, Larchmont, NY
• 1925 – Adolph LeMoult, sec.-treas. Adolph LeMoult & Son Inc.; Adolph LeMoult &
  Son Inc., B-F LeMoult Pres., Adolph LeMoult, Sec.-Treas., florists 51 West 28th
  Street, Tel. Lackawanna 8220
• 1926 (May) – Adolph LeMoult, florist 51 W 28 * LAC kwana 8220, Adolph LeMoult
  & Son florist – 51 W 28 LAC kwana 8220, Residence 3 Cambridge ct (Dial the
  operator) Larchmont 289
• 1926-1927 (October) Adolph LeMoult, florist 34 W 28 * LAC kwana 8220, Adolph
  LeMoult & Son florist – 34 W 28 LAC kwana 8220, Residence 3 Cambridge ct (Dial
  the operator) Larchmont 289
• 1928-1929 -- Adolph Le Moult & Son 34 W 28th * LAC kwana 8220
• 1930 -- Adolph Le Moult & Son 34 W 28th BOG ardus 5220
• 1931- 1933 -- Adolph Le Moult & Son 34 W 28th BO gardus 4*5220
• 1933-1935 – Adolph LeMoult (Bessie F) sec-treas, Adolph LeMoult & Son Inc.,
  home Larchmont, NY; Adolph LeMoult Jr., v. pres, Adolph LeMoult & Son Inc.,
  home Larchmont, NY; Adolph LeMoult & Son Inc. (NY), Mrs. Bessie F. LeMoult
  Pres; Everett LeMoult, Adolph LeMoult Jr., V-Prests, Adolph LeMoult Sr. Sec-Treas,
  Florists, Retail 34 W. 28th Street, Tel. Bogardus 4-5220
• 1935- 1939 -- Adolph Le Moult & Son 34 W 28th BO gardus 4*5220
• 1940-1949 Adolph Le Moult & Son Inc. 32 W. 28th MU rryhil 4-5220
• 1950-1951 -- Adolph Le Moult & Son Inc. 32 W. 28th MU rryhil 4-5220
  (advertisement Le Moult Adolph & Son inc. Established 1865, Retail Florist in heart
  of Wholesale Market Prompt Delivery Everywhere 32 West 28th Street MU rray Hill
  4-5220)
• 1952-1953 -- Adolph Le Moult & Son Inc. 32 W. 28th MU rryhil 4-5220
  (advertisement Le Moult Adolph Le Moult & Son, Inc. * Florists Since 1865, Special
  Attention to Commercial Accounts, Telephone Your Order, We Will Mail the Bill 32
  West 28th Street MU rray Hill 4-5220)
• 1954-1959 -- Adolph Le Moult & Son Inc. 32 W. 28th MUryhil 4-5220
• 1960 – Adolph LeMoult & Son, Inc., American Express Credit Cards Honored 32W28
  MU 4-5220, Le Moult Adolph & Son Inc. 32W28 Muryhil 4-5220
• 1961-1962 - Adolph LeMoult & Son, Inc., American Express Credit Cards Honored
  32W28 MU 4-5220, Le Moult Adolph & Son Inc. 32W28 Muryhil 4-5220, 270 Park
  Avenue OX 7-8844
• 1963 – Adolph Le Moult & Son Inc, Credit Cards Honored, Gift Baskets, 44 W28 MU
  4-5220, Le Moult Adolph & Son Inc. 32 W 28 Muryhil 4-5220, 270 Park Av OX 7-
  8844
• 1964 – Adolph Le Moult & Son Inc, New York’s Oldest Flower Shop, Established
  1865 GRAND CENTRAL AREA, Deliveries Everywhere, 270 Park Av OX 7-8844,
  44 W 28 MU 4-5220
• 1965 -- Adolph Le Moult & Son Inc, New York’s Oldest Flower Shop, Established
  1865 GRAND CENTRAL AREA, Deliveries Everywhere, 270 Park Av (cor 48th st)
  OX 7-8844, 44 W 28 MU 4-5220
• 1966-1967 – Adolph LeMoult & Son Inc. 44W28 MU 4-5220
• 1968 -- Adolph LeMoult & Son Inc. 44W28 MU 4-5220, Adolph LeMoult & Son 270
  Park Avenue OX 7-8844
• 1969-1970 -- Adolph LeMoult & Son Inc. 44W28 684-5220, store 270 Park Avenue
  OX 7-8844
• 1971 – Adolph LeMoult & Son Inc. Stores 270 Park Av OX 7-8844, 15 E. 48 753-
  3740
• 1972 -- Adolph LeMoult & Son Ltd. Stores 270 Park Av OX 7-8844, 15 E. 48 753-
  3740
• 1973-1974 – Adolph LeMoult Florists Ltd. 270 Park Avenue 697-8844
• 1975-1978 -- Adolph LeMoult Florists Ltd. 270 Park Avenue OX 7-8844
• 1979-1980 -- Adolph LeMoult Florists Ltd. 270 Park Avenue 697-8844, Adolph
  LeMoult Florist Ltd. 43 W 28, 889-5776
• 1981 -- Adolph LeMoult Florist Ltd. 270 Park Avenue 697-8844
• 1982 – Irene Hayes Wadley Smythe LeMoult 1 Rockefeller Plz, 1211 Avenue
  Americas

								
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