Rock Hill City Directories: 1908 – S. J. Bell and Company, J.W. Hunt (shoe maker), Rock Hill Telephone Company, The Record Printing Company, The Record Building, Hazel Mobley Livery and Feed Stables, J.M. Russell (Mdse. Broker), J.J. Keller and Company (Warehouse), Cureton and Cureton, 1913 – S.J. Bell (Shoe Maker), The Record, Record Bldg., Schwarar and Williams, R.H. Telephone Co., J.M. Russell (Wholesale grocery), Roddey Reid – (auto), Cureton and Cureton (Blacksmiths), Huckabee and Adams (Blacksmiths), – 1920 – S.J. Bell (Shoe Maker), Record Printing Company, The Record Newspaper, Record Building, C.L. Williams, painter, Rock Hill Telephone Co., 1922 – S.J. Bell, Harley-Davidson Motorcyle Agency, R.H. Telephone Company, The Record Newspaper, J.M. Russell – Wholesale Grocery, Twin Pin Clothes Line Company, 1925 – Bells Shoe Shop, D.T. Huckabee – Tinner, R.H. Telephone Comany, F.S. Barnes – Radio Agt., Harley-Davidson Motorcyle Agcy, R.H. Hardware Company, J.M.Russell (Whole Groc), R.H. Furniture Company Warehouse, C.L. Williams Company – paints.
The Rock Hill City Directory for 1908 does not list a number for any of the businesses located on Record Place (also known as Record Ave., and Elk Ave.,) the name of the street came from the long-term business, Record Printing Company being located on the avenue.