Thank you for providing a pleasant surprise.
Yes George and Amalius are my relatives. My census copies indicate exactly the same type of employment and location as your directory. I am not aware nor do I have any further proof of any relationship to the others you listed. Although George and Amalius were unknown to my family until I discovered them late last year.
I wonder if you would be so kind as to scan me a copy of your directory or perhaps I could obtain a photocopy from you directly? (I would happily S.A.S.E. plus copy costs). Would you know of the existence of an earlier Directory?
Thank you also for the information on Market Street. I must assume that my Keller's lived smack dab in the middle of town. I wonder how these immigrant did that? I mean isn't that like prime real estate? Perhaps it wasn't quite so prime when they arrived.
I am excitedly waiting for Amalius' death records in hopes that I can locate his cemetery information (it should arrive in my mailbox anyday now). I am assuming that he and his parents, wife and children can be located nearby upon their deaths.
I also find that Amailius' son George (a bank clerk - circa 1880) resided with his wife and children on Broadway.
Thank you again for brightening my day with your help.