Barryville Boarding Houses, 1920

Barryville Post Office.
Barryville Post Office.

Barryville Boarding Houses, 1920–1921
Torwood Farm: Kerr
Rose McQuirk
Spring House: Christian Meyer
Woodland Cottage: Colville
Handsome Eddy: Agnes Schwab
Maple Grove Farm: Anne Toaspern Cordes
Delaware View Inn (Side Hill): Eggers and Rothenback
Riverside Cottage: Louis and Mildred Warshauer

1906, Mrs. J. Wolfe, Hillside Farm, Barryville.
1906, Mrs. J. Wolfe, Hillside Farm, Barryville.
1911, Mountain Top Cottage, Mrs. John Flieger.

Maple Grove Farm, Barryville. Anne Toaspern Cordes was the Proprietor in 1920.
The Old House at Home, John Kerr Sr., Barryville. In 1920 it was called Torwood.
1906, Mrs. J. Wolfe, Side Hill Farm, Barryville.
Woodland Cottage in Winter. Colville was the Proprietor
Mount Pleasant House, Barryville. Wm. Wolfe, Proprietor.
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3 Responses to Barryville Boarding Houses, 1920

  1. Chris says:

    Anne Toaspern Cordes was my great grandmother. I have many old pictures taken at Maple Grove Farm and the surrounding areas. Do you happen to know what the street address was of that boarding house?

  2. Chris Doyle says:

    Great Pictures, thanks, Chris Doyle

    Louise: Thanks Chris. I hope to put up more Boarding Houses from other areas in the near future.

  3. Dr. Sharon Hagemann says:

    My great-great grandfather, Thomas V. Bloom also operated the “Fairview Farm” boarding house in Hillside (Barryville) during this time period.

    Louise: Thank you for your comment. I had not heard of Fairview Farm or Thomas V. Bloom.

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