Rumenapp Cottage, undated
Cure Cottages of Saranac Lake, p. 164
Elizabeth Cook, "Liz," "Libba," 3 Riverside Drive, Council Member (2); Class Treasurer (1); Junior Prom Committee (3); Canaras Circulation Staff (4); Red and White (4); Sailor Maids (3); Public Speaking Class Play (4); Girls' Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Basketball (2). Address: 14 Kiwassa Road

Old Address: 3 Riverside Drive

Other names: Hess Cottage (1912), Tucker Cottage (Maple St.) (1912), Baird Cottage (1929), Rumenapp Cottage (Maple Hill); DIS; Lake Flower Apartments

Year built: Before 1899 (Sanborn maps)

Other information: Operated for many years by Edith Rumenapp as a private cottage sanatorium.  Juan Dobal Zarza was a patient there. The building no longer exists.

Chateaugay Record, February 14, 1908

Driven From Sanitorium by Fire.

Fire in the sanitorium conducted by Miss Rumenapp, at Saranac Lake, forecd her patients to flee to the street. The temperature was fifteen degrees below zero and a high wind was blowing. The patients, all of whom were suffering from tuberculosis, were scantily clad. They were cared for in the reception hospital and in nearby cottages.