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Every year there was a Sunday School picnic at High Point, New Jersey, a lookout place with a beautiful view. There was swimming, swings and slides, and a merry-go-round. It was an all day affair.—Mary Briggs.
The Highland Lake Bible Conference formed by Merle Fuller in September 1944, included Myers’ Lake View and Asendorf’s Highland Lake Inn.
Highland Lake Bible Conference Organized, 1944
Lake View House for Sale mid-1940s
Lake View, Highland Lake, N.Y.
Fifty-five acres of ground, more or less, with riparian rights to middle of Lake.
Hotel contains 47 sleeping rooms all furnished, two parlors, large dining room, three kitchens, two large lavatories, Chef Gas Range in kitchen, large Frigidaire room.
Laundry complete with electric washer, ironer, and help lavatory. All kitchen utensils, china, silver, electric coffee urn, linens for both dining room and bedrooms complete. Shower room, separate heating device for same.
Office complete with two desks, safe, National Cash Register, two show cases for display of cigars, candy, etc.
Barn contains four help sleeping rooms overhead.
Grill room complete, ladies and gents lavatories and wash rooms, office; Grill kitchen fully equipped with all necessary utensils, Frigidaire, gas range, dishes and silverware complete.
A cottage containing eight rooms, two baths, hot and cold water, furnace in cellar, fully furnished, large porch. Artesian well 175 feet deep.
For sale, including everything with the exception of personal belongings. Price $30,000.00
Phone: Barryville 2708.—Farewell to Eldred, p. 323.
My Uncle McKinley Austin, the oldest son of Mort and Jennie Leavenworth Austin, died in France in October 1918. His body was brought back to the US at a later time.
McKinley in France
Ruth Colville, Barryville, writes McKinley
McKinley’s letter to his mother, September 1918
Battle of Romagne-Sous-Montfacon
Madeleine Farm, France 1918/1923
St. Miehl, France, 1918
McKinley Austin 1890 to 1918
Jennie Austin, Gold star mother
You can read about the Town of Highland’s Civil War, WWI, and WWII soldiers in my Halfway Brook books.