Looking for information about the Carey brothers who were willing to dress as girls for the 1899 4th of July East Side of Wenonah baseball team this turned up. Now how did the Philadelphia Inquirer happen to have a sketch of Andrew W. Carey, Sr. on hand? The sketch appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer on Feb 20, 1898.
In 1872 Andrew W. Carey, Sr. built a house at 11 N. Clinton Ave.
In 1875 James W. Carey built a house at 8 E. Cherry St.
In 1891 Andrew W. Carey built a home at 12 N. Marion Ave.