4 McCarthy Terrace, viewed from Shepard Avenue 4 McCarthy Terrace in a 1928 Endicott Johnson sanatorium brochure, viewed from McCarthy Terrace. 4 McCarthy Terrace, viewed from behind Fortune Funeral Home, Another historic image, viewed from near the same point Address: 51 Shepard Avenue

Old Address: 4 McCarthy Terrace/43 Shepard Avenue

Other names: Schwartz Cottage (1911), Endicott-Johnson (1930); Rogers Cottage (1930); DIS; Doty's Rest Home (1960s)

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Other information: According to the 1916 TB Directory, the Schwartz Cottage, run by a Mrs. Schwartz, had room for 21 patients, had four cure porches and charged $12-15 per week. The house was connected to 45 Shepard Avenue.

Author Shel Damsky, who owned this house, used it as the setting for his novel, Saranac Lake Revisited (2003), calling it Red Gables.

In the 1960s, this house was known as the Doty Rest Home, operated by Mrs. Doris Doty.

See also: Endicott-Johnson Cottages

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