Monday, November 5, 2012

Hudson in 1905: Part 70

The following is an excerpt from the booklet Illustrated Hudson, N.Y., published in 1905.

HENRY S. MOUL--Architect. No. 443 Warren street. Mr. Moul is the most enterprising and up-to-date architect in the city, and has enjoyed a successful practice for the past twenty years. He is a practical artist in every respect, and judging from the many splendid edifices that have been reared from plans submitted by him, it is not too much to say that he is an architect sought after by all those who would erect the finest and most beautiful buildings. Besides a great many public buildings erected in various cities, Mr. Moul is well know for his work on residences. Some of the buildings that show forth to his credit are: the Hudson Court House, Lutheran Church, Schenectady, residences in Lenox and Lee, Mass., and a large number of the best residences of Hudson. Mr. Moul's offices on Warren street consist of two very elegantly appointed rooms, where he is glad at all times to submit designs and give estimates. Mr. Moul is a resident of this city, and is well and favorably known in this section of the State as both a high class and practical architect and builder.

443 Warren Street from the 1905 Hudson city directory
443 Warren Street today
Gossips Note: The "Hudson Court House," a.k.a. the Columbia County Courthouse, designed by Henry S. Moul was destroyed by fire in 1907, just seven years after it was built.


  1. 445 Warren was the home of Henry S Moul.

    It has recently been purchased and is undergoing change.

  2. i just noticed the house and barn behind the 1907 court house and then the wonderful one on the right,