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His place was later the residence of Bob LaHotan & Jack Heliker, and is now the Heliker-LaHotan Foundation. The large boathouse on the left blew down in the storm of 1978.
Wife of Lew Stanley.
Smaller boathouse in front of large boathouse. This smaller boathouse was lifted and reset on a new cement foundation in the late 1990s and is now an artist's studio. Two small sheds are also seen on the dock. Note the platform in the foreground, apparently for storage of lobster traps or fishing gear.
Photo marked on back "View from the footbridge." The platform is gone and the closer dock has fallen into disrepair.
No longer there; wrecked in the storm of 1978. Photo taken in 1968.
Blanche White eating breakfast. Photo taken in 1967. Currently the residence and studio of Wini Smart.
"Red" MacAllister at his coffee. Photo taken in 1967. Currently the residence and studio of Wini Smart.
"The house where we lived when we were building our house." [Priscilla Richardson built her house during World War II, when men and supplies were scarce. -BK]
Acting Postmaster 20 Spetember 1961
Postmaster 15 April 1963 - 7 October 1976.
And son Dickie.
Died in action in Yonchon Korea.
Wife of "Red" MacAllister.