Devereaux Cottage, Journal of the Outdoor Life, 1931 6 Marshall Street 6, 8, 11 and 20 Marshall Street, from Front Street 1932 Canaras: Florence Devereaux, "Flo", 8 Marshall Street, Whimsy (3); Thanksgiving Play (3); Girls' Glee Club (1, 2, 3).

Address: 9 Marshall Street

Old Address: 6-8 Marshall Street

Other names: O'Malley Cottage (1911-1913), Zyhalas Cottage (1928), Casanova Cottage (1930), Deveraux Cottage (1931); DIS

Year built:

Other information: According to the 1916 TB Directory, the Devereaux Cottage, run by Mrs. E. M. Devereaux, had room for 13 patients, had one cure porch and charged $8-13 per week. This building is gone, but there is now a single-family house set on the back of the lot. A huge rock (it may barely be seen in the photo to the right side of the house behind the porch post) still — in 2016 — bears the faint painted lettering, "Devereaux Cottage."

It was run by Mrs. Mildred Lawrence starting from 1929 to 1942.

Adirondack Daily Enterprise, July 3, 1955

As many times as I have driven up to Trudeau, yesterday for the first time I noticed that huge rock in the lot on Marshall street on which was painted "Devereaux Cottage. Although it's probably been there a long time.

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