Address: Burned in 1977

Old Address: 6 Shepard Avenue

Other names: Hillcrest Annex, Anna Pratt (1920s), Hutchins (1911), Stuckman Cottage (1911); DIS

Year built: 1908 or earlier (Sanborn maps)

Cure evidence: SLA1935, PHR1930

Bill McLaughlin identified this cottage as the one where Eddie Diamond was treated unsuccessfully for tuberculosis. He died January 14, 1930.

The Hillcrest Sanatorium, to which this was an annex, was across the street at 5 Shepard Avenue.

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Other historic properties