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    Adam H. Long. For many years the name of Long has been identified with a successful and honorable grocery and market business at Troy, where two generations of the name have catered to the wants of a large and exclusive patronage. At this time the business is conducted by Adam H. Long, who was born at Troy, October 6, 1880, a son of M. H. and Mary (Strubel) Long. There were two children in the family: Cora, the wife of Dr. Frank Hyde, a practicing dental physician of Detroit, Mich., and Adam H. Long received a public school education and on completing his studies began his business training in the grocery and market of his father, a native of Troy, who had founded the business a number of years before. At the time of the elder man's retirement the son assumed the management of the business, of which he has been proprietor since 1913. The Long market and grocery has an excellent custom, built up through years of honorable dealing and fostered by the courtesy, energy and progressive ideas of the present owner. Mr. Long takes a good citizen's interest in public matters, and during the war period contributed his share to the various drives. He married Miss Eva Hawley, a native of Canada, and they are the parents of one child, Wilmot, who is attending school.

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