Registry of Rutland Barbershops,

RUTLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY QuarterlY VOWME 40 No. 3 2010 Registry of Rutland Barbershops, 1852-2009 Daniel A. Murphy operated "fashionable ...
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RUTLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY

QuarterlY

VOWME 40 No. 3

2010

Registry of Rutland

Barbershops, 1852-2009

Daniel A. Murphy operated "fashionable shaving and hairdressing

rooms" at the Berwick House at the turn of the century. The poster

in the upper right of the barbershop window advertised Buffalo

Bill's Wild West Show at the Rutland Fairgrounds on Monday, 14

June 1897.

About the Author Bill Mazzariello was raised in a family of barbers so it was only natural to begin working in the family barbershop in 1991 alongside his father. A few years ago he began inquiring about his grandfather, Tom Mazzariello, Sr., who was the first member of his family to enter the trade. Family members supplied him with answers about the origin of the shop and his grandfather but his interest was piqued about all the barbershops in Rutland and so he began compiling a list of all the barbershops and the barbers who worked in the City of Rutland from 1852 through 2009. Bill continues to work at the Star Barbershop at 114 Merchants Row.

Introduction If these walls could talk! In nearly 160 years in Rutland there were plenty of barbershop walls holding secrets and gossip. In the early period there were hairdressers from Ireland, England, and France working in these shops. In the Twentieth Century Italian barbers dominated the cutting workforce. Compiled in this collection are the names and places of these tonsorial businesses. The list is organized by the number of years the barbershops were in operation and include their locations as well as the barbers who worked there. Since some barbers worked in various shops, their names appear more than once in this extensive list.

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104 years· Berwick Barbershop, 45 and 49 Center St. (1869 ­ 1973) David Oney, Jr. 1878-1880

George Johnson 1886

William Johnson 1886

David Moss 1887

Daniel Murphy 1891-1900

U. Michaud 1891-1892

M.J. Toomey 1903-1948

John Connor 1911-1937

Charles Burke 1913-1914

J .A. Koltonski 1915-1919

Thomas Parent 1928-1941

Charles Center 1933,

1941-1956

Patrick Carmody 1945-1948

Tony Cantone 1946

Joe Celentano 1947-1966,

1969-1973

Emmanuel Celentano 1949-1962

Nick Flory 1950-1951

Tony DeBlasio 1949-1966,

1969-1973

Wilson Hack 1953-1957

Rocco Cioffi 1960

Dom Paolucci 1964-1966, 1969­ 1973

Tom Mazzariello, Sr. 1935-19,4

Bill Medlin 1935

Phil Vallerolli 1937-1940

Guido Rotella 1947-19505

Augusto (Frank) Marro

1948-1949

74 years· Pip's Barber hop. ­

74 years· Star Barbershop, 118 Merchants Row (1935·1980), 114 Merchants Row (1980 . )

Joe Muscatello, Sr. 1935-2000

Isadore Cioffi 1935-1937

Joe A. Cioffi 1935-1955

Jim Coarse 1939-1955

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Patrick Carmody 1945-1948

Tony Cantone 1946

Joe Celentano 1947-1966,

1969-1973

Emmanuel Celentano 1949-1962

Nick Flory 1950-1951

Tony DeBlasio 1949-1966,

1969-1973

Wilson Hack 1953-1957

Rocco Cioffi 1960

Dom Paolucci 1964-1966, 1969­ 1973

Tom Mazzariello, Sr. 1935-1974 Bill Medlin 1935 Phil Vallerolli 1937-1940 Guido Rotella 1947-1950s Augusto (Frank) Marro 1948-1949

Nick Flory mid-1950s

Pat Mazzariello 1950-1952

Tom Mazzariello, Jr. 1950 -

Tony Bizzarro 1982-1983

Bill Mazzariello 1991 ­ Phillip Bowen 2009 ­

74 years - Pip's Barbershop, 7 Strongs Ave. (1935 - )

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