Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Forgotten Cottages or Homes of North Shore  



This area the western portion is refered to the "Indian Trails" and is represented today by a vast undeveloped wooded area that buffers the town and the academy campus. All became a part of the Academy holdings by 1960.

. Section 16 - 500.90A 1835 Original Survey
Section 16 c. 1837 500.90A (North shore town and academy)


1872 - Section. 16
    Est. of I N Morris 105 A ( also 80 A)
    J. Duddleson - 30.60A & 10A
    T. Houghton 90A.
    J. Houghton Acreage not stated
    J ___ name illegible 4A
    G. A. Durr 10A
    Lot no name no acreage stated
    G. A. Durr 5A? - res (Lot 2 3A & 3A)
    Dr. Durr No amount Stated lots as if to be 2 large
    L D W [Lorenzo W. Wiseman]


1876 - J. Castleman - 190A

1876 Section 16
    1850-1876 I. N. Morris 175/185a   [Isaac N. Morris] - 185 A


1880 North Section 16 - 500.90 Acres Town
    I N Morris 185.34
    B. W. Watt 15.50A
    LakeView Club 15A
    J Duddleson 109.31A
    Tho. Houghton 90A.
    J. E. Houghton 19.60A
    E Parker 27 A


From the Logansport Daily Journal page 3 dated Aug. 27, 1882:
    All the preliminaries for the extension of the Logansport branch of the Vandalia railway to Lake Michigan have been satisfactorily adjusted, and upon compliiance with a few easy conditions the contact will be closed, and the work will be commenced and pushed to completion.

    Readers of the Journal are familiar with the route of this line to Marmont (Maxinkuckee), and will have no difficulty in following it to South Bend and the lake...
    With these advantages before them, our citizens are asked to consider one of the conditions above named, which condition is that the right of way shall be furnished free to the new line thorugh our county. The estimated cost of this right of way is from $7,000 to $10,000 and it is proposed to raise the amount by subscription. A consideraable portion of this subscription has already been secured, and a committee appointed for that purpose will make an effort to raise the remainder during the present week...


1883 - Oct 6 - The.Vandaiia railroad company commenced laying iron at Marmount a d ay or two ago, and-withln a short time the tract will be completed from Maxinkuckee lake to the Nickle Plate railroad, a distance of about three miles,- Logansport Pharos Tribune

1898 - Section 16
    L. C. Dillion - 10A, 99.31A, 79.76, 75.60A
    T. Houghton 89A
    A. Roughton
    E. Duddle(son) 9.60A
    E. Morris 21.49A/Morris Lake Front Plat
    T. H. & L RRR Lake View Club 15 A.
    J. J. Bryant
    Depot
    Incorporated Limits of Culver


1898 - Forgotten Cottages or Homes of North Shore as was found labeled on the 1898 plat map. A list of cottagers on the north shore were:


using the above data - the names were moved to a present day plat of the area – the original parcel divisions still remain today


1900 - Evermans' Biological Survey


The 1906 Sanborn fire map fails to give any information for the Palmer House and the surrounding area

1908


Thus the listing for 1908 was:
    Ed. Morris
    C. Bekman with 21.49 acres, which included lakefront
    The Morris Lake Front
      4 lots with no named attached
      a street access to the lake
      6 lots with no named attached
      the Palmer house F D Lamson, Prop.
      5 lots with no names attached tho the last one looks as if there could be but is unreadable
    F. Morris Plat
      Lots 1-6
      Large unlabeled lot
      Alley/Street
      Lots 9-10
      Liberty Street
      Lots 12-16
      Lamson


The 1914 Sanborn fire map also fails to give any information for the Palmer House and the surrounding area

1922 Plat map distinctly shows a structure on the first three lots of the Morris Lake front; and also the Palmer house

Thus the listing for 1922 was: Ed. Morris Kale Front Plat
    Lots 1-5
    Jungle Hotel
Unnamed Plats
    Lot 39 Mrs. Lawrence Durburrow
    Lot 38
F. Morris con't Plat
    Lots 19-21
    28-35
    22-27
    J. P. Walter Lot / Annex
The Morris Lake Front
    Lots 12-15
    Columbia St.
    Lots 6-11
    Lot 5 Palmer House J. P. Walter Prop. Lots 1-4
F. Morris Plat
    Lots 1-6
    Large unlabeled lot
    Alley/Street
    Lots 9-10
    Liberty Street
    Lots 12-16
    John P. Walter Lot.


The 1924 Sanborn fire map gives information that there were 6 houses or cottages before the Palmer House and one just after it and nothing further east about the remaining 4 lots that existed.


Lake View Grounds



1850-1876 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris
1880 - Lake View Club - 15A

1908 Lake View Club Hotel - There was camping facilities as well as individual cottages which could be the lots indicated on the 1908 plat map.

In an article from the Culver Alumnus of 1975 - W. O. Osborn reflected on the Culver's and the Academy. This is what he remembered of the land acquisition:
    E. R. and B. B. Culver, Sr., were just like twins when it came to business. What one said, the other agreed to. They wanted me to buy the little hotel where the motel is now, and I said I would. The day of the closing, neither of them were in town, so I borrowed the money in the name of E. R. and B. B., kept the deed for security, and paid the fellow. When E. R. got back, I asked them how they thought I was going to pay for the hotel. He said he forgot and made me take interest on the money. I didn't ask him for that. Those were the days when they owned the school.

    Harvard University made a survey of the Academy's needs for the next 50 years. and among the things they pointed out was the land from where the motel is now, over the high bluff to the town park. It used to be called the Lakeview ground, and now its known as the Indian Trail.
The Lake View Hotel in April 1929 was acquired by the Culver Family. Here is the announcement:
    ACADEMY BUYS PROPERTY
    The Culver Military Academy has announced that they have purchased the real estate facing Lake Maxinkuckee known as the Lake View Hotel property. This gives the academy a solid stretch from the Palmer House to the boat house. - - The News-Sentinel, Thursday, May 2, 1929



Before it could be utilized as an Academy-owned hotel, it burned on 15 November 1929.

The remaining buildings and tent frames were razed shortly thereafter. Academy trustees showed no interest in developing the tract after the hotel burnt and allowed it to return to nature and is what has been familiarly referred to as - "The Indian Trails" in the ensuing years

In 1931 the Culver Reality and Investment Company was established by Bertram and Edwin II Culver. Through this they bought up the north shore property of the lake between the Culver Town Park and the original acreage H. H. Culver had bought and the academy sat on. This was done to stop speculators from buying it up and decreasing the outside development by other on the area around the academy. All that could not be bought up at the time was the railroad right-a-way. Thus this property became part of Culver Military/Culver Educational Foundation.

Jungle Hotel



1911 - Nov. 9 - Edmund Morris to Helen and Virgil Outlant Lot 2 Bloc 1 also 50 foot strip in morris lake zfront Lake Maxinkucjee, $1500

1928 - Oct 24 - Helen M. Outland and hus. wd to Harry A Rockaway lots 1,2,6 and block 1 all in e Morris Lake Front plat in 16-32-1; $1.00

1929 - NOv. 21 - Harry A Rockaway wd to Bertram B. and E. E. Culver, Lots 1,2,6 and block 1 all in e Morris Lake Front plat in 16-32-1; $1.00

And the Jungle was torn down some time after March 18, 1935. Because of the weight of the hotel was sinking out of site because the ground it sat on was spring-fed and was marsh land in essence. The Jungle Hotel without direct access to the lake and accessible only from Academy Road, was deemed expendable and was razed.

In 1959 the Culver Inn motels were built nd they officially opened in 1960. It sits partially on property of the Jungle Hotel on the lake front on Aubeenaubee Bay

Forgotten Cottages

The 1937 Sanborn fire map gives information that there were only 2 of 6 houses or cottages before the Palmer House that existed that year and the rest were possibly moved or tore down to accommodate the building the is labeled “Club ho” and was an annex for the Palmer House and nothing further east about the remaining 4 lots


1900 Well Report

This is a combination of the plat maps and the listing from the Well reports of 1900 in the biological survey of lake Maxinkuckee:

Ed Morris Lake Front Plat

3 - 1900 - Ed Morris (no cottage)
1850 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
      Mc Donald States: In 1850, Isaac N. Morris, father of Capt. Ed Morris, moved to the lake, locating on the north shore, on the farm now owned by A. N. Bogardus, His land ran down to the lake, taking in all the lake front from the Lake View Hotel grounds to and including the Palmer house.

      1899 - Oct 23 Another Big Boat House. Captain Morris is erecting another large boat house near the Palmer house at Lake Maxinkuckee. One will be used for storing boats and the other for a boat manufacturing establishment. The old boat houses east of the Lake View hotel have been torn down and removed and when the grounds are leveled and shaped there will be no more desirable property along the shores of Lake Maxinkuckee- Logansport Pharos Tribune
    1876 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1880 - I. N. Morris 185 A [Isaac N. Morris]
    1926 - Aug 11 - Nettie R. Braden and husband WD to Irene Bogardus in trust Lot 3 Morris Lake front $1
    1926 - Aug 11 - Irene Bogardus WD to David C. Braden and wife Lot 3 Morris Lake front $1
    1935 - Jul 24 - David C. and Nettie R. Braden to the Culver Educational Foundational Lot 3 Morris Lake Front $35,000.00


__ M. W. Simmons

4 - 1900 -"Beach Lawn " S. P. Sheerin [Simon P. Sherrin]
    1850 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1876 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1880 - I. N. Morris 185 A [Isaac N. Morris]
    1928 - Nov 21 - Hugo Myere and wife WD to william O Osborn lot 5 and part of lot 4 E Morris Lake Front, PLat in lot 1 in 16-32-1; $1.00
    1929 - Jan 23 - WIlliam O. and Minnle L Osborn WD E. R. Culver and Bertram B. Culver Mottis Lake Front Lots 3,4and 5 in 15-32-1 $1.00


5 - 1900 - Clara Waldorf
    1850 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1876 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1880 - I. N. Morris 185 A [Isaac N. Morris]
    1928 Nov 21 - Hugo Myere and wife WD to william O Osborn lot 5 and part of lot 4 E Morris Lake Front, PLat in lot 1 in 16-32-1; $1.00
    1929 - Jan 23 - WIlliam O. and Minnle L Osborn WD E. R. Culver and Bertram B. Culver Mottis Lake Front Lots 3,4and 5 in 15-32-1 $1.00


Morris Lake Front Plat

6 - 1900 - Albert F. Schah/Scahf ?
    1850 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1876 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1880 - I. N. Morris 185 A [Isaac N. Morris]
    1914 - Oct 15 - A. E. Schad closed his cottage near the Palmer House Monday and returned to Chicago
    1928 - Aug 22 - Pauline Herz WD to Bertam B. CUlver, Lot 6 Morris Lake Front Palt Sub. in SE 16-32-1 and old road vacated north of and adj above lot $1.00


7 - 1900 - Fred Thompson

    1850 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1876 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1880 - I. N. Morris 185 A [Isaac N. Morris]
    1928 - Aug 22 - Helen Albrecht WD to Bertram B. CUlver Lot & Morris Lakre Front Palt in Lot 1 in E E 16-32-1; also vacated stree N of and adj. above lot $1.00


8 - 1900 - Helen Albretcht
    1850 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1876 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1880 - I. N. Morris 185 A [Isaac N. Morris] 1898 - ?_. _. Albretcht? ? [William H. Albrecht
    1903 - Oct 22 - Eliza Brown wd to Frank D Lamson lot 8 Morris lake Front.... 900
    1928 - Aug 22 - Frank D. Lamson WD to Bertan B. CUlve Lot 8 Morris Lake Front Plat in SE 16-32-1 and vacated road N of and adj above lot, $1.00


Capt. Morris is erecting a large boat house in the rear of the Albrecht cottage near the Palmer House. We understand that the old boat houses will be moved and several hundred feet of valuable lake front placed on the market.

W H. Albrecht, of Terre Haute, is remodeling and painting his cottage. - Jun 30, 1904



9 - not listed
    1850 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1876 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1880 - I. N. Morris 185 A [Isaac N. Morris]
    1898 was A. Herz
    1904 - Feb 25 - Frank New and wife, warranty deed to Evangeline Bogardus; lot 9 Morris lake front. $2200.

    1907 - Oct 3 - Evangeline Bogardus to A E Schad Lot 9 Morrois Lake fron Union township $1
    1928 - Sep 5 - Florence Schad wd to Bertam B. Culver, lot 9 Morris Lake Front sub div. in s e 16-32-1, $1.00



10 - 1900 - Palmer House / Hidden Inn
    1850 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1875/6 - Built by J. W. Palmer of Plymouth.
    1898 - Palmer House - J. W. Palmer
    1898 - May - Palmer House - F. D. Lamson, who also operated the Ross Hotel in Plymouth
    ___ Maxinkuckee Inn 1908 - Jan 2 J. S Bays to HS Bays lots 10 & 11 Morris Lake Fron $1,500.
    1928 1908 - Jan 2 - J S Bays to H C Bays lots 10 and 11 Morris Lake Front $1,500
    - Aug 22 - Welcome J. and CLara M. Milller WD to Victor A. T. Albright , Lot 10 Morris Lakre Frront Sub in SE 16-32-1 $1,.00 1928 - Aug 22 - Victor A. T. ALbright WD to Bertram B. Culver, Lot 10 Morris Lakre Frront Sub in SE 16-32-1 $1,.00


___ Culver Inn , 1989/1990 Razed for the Huffington Library

11 - not listed
    1850 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1876 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1908 - Jan 2 - J S Bays to H C Bays lots 10 and 11 Morris Lake Front $1,500
    1928 - Aug 22 - Welcome J. and CLara M. Milller WD to Victor A. T. Albright , Lot 11 Morris Lake Front Sub in SE 16-32-1 $1,.00


12-13 - 1900 - L. H. Scheurman
    1850 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1876 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1880 - I. N. Morris 185A [Isaac N. Morris]
    1898 - N. Schurman [Schuerman/SCHEUREMAN] "Oakes"
      E. Schurmann, of Indianpolis, has purchased the 'Shanty" and will open the same Saturday - Jul 6 1900 Culver Herald

      1901 - Nov 1 - A new addition has been built on the Schurmann cottage known as "The Oaks"; also Mr. Thomas Medbourn has put down a drive well in the rear of the cottage A large wind mill will be put in place, the grounds and buildings be supplied with water from a tank

      1916 - Jul 13 - Mary D. Sheerin to Sara Sheerin Lots 12 and 13 Morris's Lake Fron also a part Sect. 16 Union $!

    1926 - Aug. 4 - No. 16738 Sara Sheerin Durborow VS Samuel Shirley, et al Complaint to Quiet Title Lot Number twelve, thirteen, fourteen.....


14 - 1900 - Wm. F. Kuhn & Oscar D. Bohlen

    1850 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1876 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1880 - I. N. Morris 185A [Isaac N. Morris]
    1898 - R. D. Bohlan [Oscar D. Bohlen]
      1901 - Nov 1 - Mr. O. D. Bohlen, will also put down a driye well, the work to be done by Medbourn the famous well driver


    1850 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1876 - I. N. Morris [Isaac N. Morris]
    1880 - I. N. Morris 185A [Isaac N. Morris]
    1898 - W. E. Kuhn[William F. Kuhn]
      1918 - Aug 21 - The Kuhn-Bohlen Cottage next [to] the academy grounds has been occupied all summer by the families of John Kittle of Indianapolis and C. E. Mickler of Evanston. Mr. Mickler is the general manager of the chain of Woolworth stores

    1919 - April 9, David Braden of Indianapolis has bought the Kuhn-Bolen cottage just east of the Palmer house
      1927 - Jun 8 - D. C/ Braden To Build - Albert Stahl has taken the contract to build for D. S. Braden i six room, brick veneered hous, wih kithchen additiona and garage. It will be locatet east of th Palner house on the site of the former Kunhn-Bolen cottage, which has been wrecked.

      1928- Oct 31 - The street leading from the top of Bunker Hill to the Academy was blocked for a couple of days last week while Forrest Shaw moved his new house from the Braden property to his lot on College Avenue.
    1926 - Aug. 4 - No. 16738 Sara Sheerin Durborow VS Samuel Shirley, et al Complaint to Quiet Title Lot Number welve, thirteen, fourteen.....


15 - 1900 - Theophilus Conzelman
    1898 - - A. ?Colesaman?/Conzelman - T. Conzeleman "The Roost"
      The Fleet cottage is being moved upon the hill near the T. Couzleman cottage at Culver Park Jun 30 1899 Culver Herald

      1903 - Oct. 8 - T. Conzleman, of St. Louis, has sold his cottage, “The Roost,” to G. B. Taylor
      1905 - Jun 29 - Mr. and Mrs. Griffice, of Indianapolis, will arrive Saturday and open The Roost.

      ? - 1910 - Cuver Cottage
      1910 The Roost Sold - Landlord Walter of the Palmer House has bought the Roost, E. R. Culver's cottage, and will move it onto his own premises where it will be used to provided additional accomodations for his hotel business. Mr. Culver will this fall erect a new cottage on the site of the Roost

    1911 Sep 28 - John P. Walter to E R Culver Lot 15 Morris PLat, Lake Maxinkuckee, $400
    A discription of the "Roost" is found in the Biennial Report of the Commissioner of Fisheries and Game for Indiana For the Fiscal Years of 1913 and 1914 , GEORGE WILLIAM MILES Commissioner Assisted by PRESTON H MILES pg. 93 as follows:
      Just around the point from the Palmer House is the Roost stone structure built into the high bank so that its roof is level the top of the bluff while its front door is only a few inches the surface of the lake


H. H. Culver


Academy Campus



1876 J. Wylie?
1880 Aaron T. Bennedict 44.75; 58.35; & north of these both is 80A
    The quote from the Thomas Bigley Biographical sketch in speaking of Aaron Benedict is: He also owned considerable acreage north of the lake along Aubbenaubbee Bay, 83 acres along the lake front and 200 acres thence north. He built a home approximately a half mile from the lake and planted pine trees around it. He never lived there, but rented it to his daughter, Augusta, and husband William Warner and family. Later the house burned but the pine trees stand to this day; the site is historically known as the Pine Tree House. His land holdings were later acquired by Henry H. Culver of the Culver Military Academy.
Henry H. Culver
    Culver Park Assembly
    Agricultral Fair
    Culver Military Academy
      1898 - Culver Military Academy - 15.92A/18.92A
        H. H. Culver - 76.49A to the North
        H. H. Culver - 38.10A to the North
        H. H. Culver - 39.25A to the East
      1908 - Culver Miltary Academy
      1922 - Culver Military Academy - it appears to read 92.80A







Here are views of cottages that were to be on the North shore:



1890 photo depicts the A. R. Underwood cottage on Lake Maxinkuckee. The caption on the back states that the cottage was located at or near the later site of the Culver Inn


Adolph Hertz

1900 - Adolph Hertz "South View"

1887 - Nov 12 - Captain Morris, of Marmont, states that a number of fine cottages will be built at Lake Maxinkuckee next season. Among the names mentioned who will certainly build are ... Mr. Herz, of Terre Haute, who will build next to the Palmer house.

By Local newspaper account Hertz was the owner of the Colonnade Hotel

1903 - Jun 25 - Frank Lamson is building a 10x2-4 pavillion between the New and Hertz cottages. He will put in a full line of confectionary, tobaccoes, etc.

1910 - May 12 - Florence Morris to A Herz, lot in Morris Lake Front $130

1928 - 26 Sep - Household Goods for Sale - At once. Attractinve price for quick sale. Must be sold by Saturday. Herz cottage, next door west to Palmer House

Job Freeman Cottage - Glen Ayr

iI is also said that Job Freeman also had a cottage on the north shore

1913 - Jul 3 - Edmund Morris to Job Freeman, lot in Morris Lake Fron plat, Culve $1500.

1919 Oct - 19_ - W O Osborn
    1919 - Oct 15 - W. O. Osborn has bought "Glen Ayr" the Freeman cottage, adjoining the jungle and will use it for a Summer home.


Frank New Cottage

1896 - Aug 26 - Mr. Dagget has drawn up plans and specifications for the erection of of a cottage for Frank R. New, ofHilarity fame. We have examined the plans and are safe in saying that no residence on the north side will excel it - - - - The Culver City Construction Co and Albert Bogardus are rival bidders for the erection of Frank R New’s house.

1898 Aug 26 - The Culver City Construction Co and Albert Bogardus are rival bidders for the erection of Frank R, New’s house.
1898 - Oct 28 - Frank New is building a handsome cottage near the Palmer House.

1899 - June 23 - Frank H. New and wife are occcupying their new cottage near the Palmer House
1899 - Jun 30 - Thomas Medbourn, Culver’s famous tubular well driver, has just finished a flowing well for Frauk R. New, whose cottage is near the Palmer House, which takes the cake over anything of the kind on the lake. He is also driving a well at Culver Park

1899 - AUg 4 Frank R. New has named his cottage the “ Wigwam.” 4

1899 - Aug 4 - The cottage which stood on the south side of Culver Park, near the lake shore, has been moved back, near the main building and will be remodled into an office building, thus giving more room for school purposes in the main barracks

1900 Aug 10 Frank Lamson, the popular land lord of the Palmer House, sold to South Bend parties the lot just east of the Frank R New cottage, last week. Consideration, $1,000.

1900 sep 14 Dr. Page, of Indianapolis, who has been occupying the Frank New cottage this summer returned to his home Monday.

1903 - June 18 - F. R. New, of Indianapolis, was at the lake Tuesday and while here placed a card on his cottage which reads “For Sale.”

1903 - Jun 25 - Frank Lamson is building a 10x2-4 pavillion between the New and Hertz cottages. He will put in a full line of confectionary, tobaccoes,etc. 1903 Jul 9 - Frank New, of Indianapolis, spent Sunday at the lake.

1904 Apr 14 - Frank New, of Indianapolis, was in Culver last Saturday. Mr. New has had very poor health since last summer






The 1924 Sanbron Fire map shows the "forgotten cottages" on the lake front - of these we so far know that the "Roost had been one and had already been moved in 1910. The 1924 Sanborn Fire Map:



From the Indiana Historical Society "We Do History" Site; it is found that in 1927 the Culver Military Academy had hired the Albertype Company do a series of post cards for them of the campus and cadet activietes. Among them were these possible "Non published" photos that would represent the area I dubbed "The Forgotten Cottages"; and leaves a partial documentation of that time period.

On Feb 15 1933 and article proclaimed "Club House Being Moved To Lake Edge" and it was noted that
    In order to make room for the new Annex the two frame cottages next to the Inn are being torn down and the area will be cleared away by the end of this week and a basement built


The new building, to be known as the Maxinkuckee Inn Annex, will be placed 75 feet southwest of the Inn proper... In order to make room for the new Annex ( Maxinkuckee Inn) two frame cottages (red X's) next to the Inn are being torn down and the area will be cleared away by the end of this week and a basement built

But the 1937 Sanborn map also indicates the first to houses are missing; and that the last 2 houses were possible accounted for when the Culver Inn Motels were built

Did one of these house get moved to 301 North Shore Lane?

Fate of the Last 2 houses

1959 Dec 16 - Academy's North Lodge Being Razed; Home Sold and Moved
    From the CMA Messinger

    North Lodge has been sold to Gerald Lyons, a member of the Academy's custodial staff. He will raze the buliding and salvafe all useable items.

    The The Frank Walaitis residence, faculty home nearest the Culver Inn's new facility, has been sold. It will be moved by the new owners to a location on the south side of town...

    The Smith home will be torn down for salvage...


1960 - May 11 - House Movers Rough on Highways This old house, in the process of being moved seveal miles these past several weeks from an Academy location to a new site of West Shore Drive (Old Road 17) near the House of Treasures, is doing a pretty thorough job at beating up the highways en route. Citizens are rightly asking: "Who is responsible for making the necessary repairs?" It was moved to 819 West Shore Drive.


Miscellaneous Land Transfers for Area

Real Estate Transfers for this area found in a column entitled "Real Eastare". I am sure is not all of them but is what I come up with thus far.






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