Jarrett, Judge

561 Broadway St
St Paul, Minnesota, US

Category: Machine stone worker

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Capitol Construction Workers

1902-1904 St. Paul City Directory and 1905 Payroll. Judge Jarrett (1880-1965) was one of the African Americans from Georgia recruited by the Butlers to work on the marble here. He arrived in 1902 and his name is found in the Payroll records of 1904-5. At the time of the 1905 Census Jarrett was living at 886 Park with fellow Capitol worker Issac Suddeth. His mother and sister and her family also moved to St. Paul. After the completion of the Capitol Jarrett went on to work in the quarry at Kasota and then for the Northern Pacific Rail Road