At least eight families, in addition to the Rehers, made a home at 101 Broadway during the twentieth century. Many were immigrants, including the the Cloonan family who constructed the building, the Jordans, who came from Ireland, the Millers who came from Russia, and the Albertinis who hailed from Italy.
From 1908 until 1980, two generations of the Reher family ran a bakery on this site. Frank Reher, a Jewish immigrant from Krakow, founded Reher’s Bakery with his wife, Ada. Their six children helped bake and sell hard rolls, challah, rye and pumpernickel both in this shop and by delivering throughout Kingston.