The building on the left is currently called The Corner in Eldred. It may be of interest that (thanks to Lou Monteleone), Echo Hill and Mountain Grove is available there. The building second on left (in the background) was the … Continue reading
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Photo courtesy of my cousin Cynthia. I had two uncles who were in World War I. They both wrote letters home and the letters were saved and are a part of Book 2 which I am currently writing. This is … Continue reading
This is one of the super maps that my husband created for The Mill on Halfway Brook. Both the early names and current names are shown.
View of Eldred from behind the schoolhouse. Across the street was the first Parker House built by James Y. Parker in the early 1870s. The hotel was owned by several families before it burned down in I think it was … Continue reading
Main Street looking South, Eldred, N.Y.
The next few posts will feature family postcards or photos of the village of Eldred, New York, where my Austin and Leavenworth relatives lived. This first photo was in Great Aunt Aida Austin’s photo album and looks to be a … Continue reading
Organizing the boarding houses that will be in “Echo Hill and Mountain Grove.’ Since April, I have been working on Echo Hill and Mountain Grove, book 2 in the series, Memoirs from Eldred, New York, 1800 to 1950. Echo Hill … Continue reading
This letter was written to Mary Ann Austin in Eldred, New York, from her niece, Addie Austin who lived in New York City. The bridge referred to is the Barryville-Shohola Bridge over the Delaware River, shown in the posts before … Continue reading