2 Responses to Yulan Restaurant, 1937

  1. Lawrence Beufve says:

    This Chinese American Restaurant was owned by my Great Aunt and Uncle: Harry Miller and Edna Beufve-Miller.

    I remember visiting this restaurant as a child.

    My Aunt Edna was one of six children born to Louis Beufve and Margaret (Emma) Crawford.

    Margaret Crawford-Beufve was the daughter of Andrew Crawford and Keturah Rundle. She was born Dec. 1, 1858 and died Jun 08, 1937.

    All of my Beufve descendants were buried in Eldred cemetery. There are no grave markers.

    If anyone knows anything about the Beufve family who lived in Yulan, please contact me. Thank you.

  2. This is familiar to me as Wolf’s Hillside Inn, known to my family as a popular eating place of the 50s, 60s; excellent German cuisine home cooking by Helen Wolf owner with her husband Alfred.

    Helen’s sister Maria Fuchs waited tables. The Wolf’s children Arlene, Amy and Cookie were always around to help out. Many times my husband and I would just drive up from the city with our first born daughter for a Sunday dinner. Other times, when vacationing during the summers, we enjoyed dinners at the Hillside.

    Helen and Alfred were very good friends of Herman and Mathilde Protz and were largely responsible for their coming to the area and buying their property that became Woodland Cottages on the Mail Rd, Barryville. Mathilde learned much of her cooking skills from Helen. All this I was told by Mathilde when I knew her in my early years.

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