According to the 1935 Fitzgerald's Trenton Directory, the following were located in the Stacy-Trent:
Polish-American Broadcasting Co.
(Maximilian Maslowski, President;
Alphonze M. Maslowski, Director)
Associations, Clubs and Societies:
Chamber of Commerce
(Frank J. Wetzel, President;
John W. Manning, 1st Vice-President;
John E. Myers, 2d Vice-President;
Howard F. Tomlinson, Treasurer;
Walter O. Lochner, Secretary;
Clarence A. Hutchings, Assistant Secretary;
George E. Mace, Traffic Manager)
(Harry G. Acock, Secretary)
Keystone Auto Club
(Herbert C. Silcox, Agent)
New Jersey State Teachers' Association
(Stella S. Applegate, Master in Chancery
and Executive Clerk)
(Leila E. Gerry, President)
Brokers - Stocks and Bonds:
Hemphill-Noyes & Co.
Cigars and Tobacco:
Stacy-Trent Cigar Stand
New Jersey Construction Association, Inc.
(Joseph. F. Burke, President;
C. F. Burket, Vice-President;
John W. Thines, Secretary;
Raymond S. Barrett, Treasurer;
Robert Sutcliffe, Executive Secretary)
Druggists & Drug Supplies:
John A. Schultz, Inc.
Herbert C. Silcox
Keystone Automobile Club Casualty Co.
Restaurants and Lunch Rooms:
Stacy-Trent Coffee Room
Stacy-Trent Taxi Service
Terminal Cab Company of Trenton