Biography of Louis P. A. Eberhardt


Eberhardt, Louis P. A. - Among the representative business men and valued citizens of the city of Buffalo there are few who have been more active, prominent or efficient in advancing the interests of the city than Louis P. A. Eberhardt. Mr. Eberhardt was born in Buffalo on January 26, 1860; he attended the public schools and after a common school education he entered the hotel business in which he was interested with the Bonny family until the ,year 1888, when he engaged in the real estate business. After several succçssful investments he purchased a large tract of land on Delaware Avenue in the town of Tonawanda and adjoining the northerly boundary of Buffalo, and immediately began the erection of a number of first class residences, naming the new section "Kenmore," a name derived from the Scotch to "know more." By Mr. Eberhardt's untiring, enterprising spirit, and personal integrity, it has grown and is now the most thriving and beautiful of Buffalo's suburban residences. Through Mr. Eberhardt the investors in Kenmore have been exceedingly successful, he having organized thirty-nine syndicates, during the past seven years, to retail lots in this particular locality, of which the greater number have been sold to individuals who have already built or intend to build homes. Mr. Eberhardt is known as the father of Kenmore.

Our County and its people
A descriptive work on Erie County, New York
Edited by: Truman C. White
The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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