Address: Presently the site of the William Morris Park
Old Address: 22 Bloomingdale Avenue
Year built: 1875
Adirondack Enterprise, November 15, 1926
The first weekly community social of the season is being held at the Community house this afternoon and this evening. Women of Saranac Lake have enjoyed these weekly gatherings through the winter months during the past several years. Those attending usually engage in sewing, card games and from time to time instructive programs of special interest to women, are presented. Hostesses this afternoon were Mrs. A. C. Pittenger, Mrs. C. F. Wicker and Mrs. J. A. Latour. This evening refreshments will be served by Mrs. W. F. Lytle, Mrs. Henry Pedroni and Mrs. J. H. Hallock.
From the records of the Saranac Lake Day Nursery (Courtesy of the Adirondack Research Room, Saranac Lake Free Library.)
This Indenture made the 29th day of September, in the year one thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven.
Between: The Saranac Lake Community House, Inc., a corporation duly organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York, with its principal office and place of business in Saranac Lake, Franklin County and State of New York, party of the first part,
and Saranac Lake Day Nursery, Inc., a corporation duly organized and existing under the laws or the State of New York, of the same place, party of the second part.
Witnesseth, That the party of the first part, in consideration of the sum of one & no/100 dollar ($1.00), lawful money of the United States and other good and valuable considerations paid by the party of the second part, does hereby grant and release unto the party of the second part its successors, and assigns, forever,
All that Tract or Parcel of Land, situate in the Town of Harrietstown County of Franklin and State of New York, being in Saranac Lake village and being a part of the Pliny Miller 300 acre Lot in the Southeast corner of Township 21, Great Tract One of Macomb's Purchase, and being the Julia A. Miller homestead lot, on the North side of Bloomingdale avenue in the Said Village and more particularly described as follows:
Description of Property - etc. Subject to any liens thereon.
Provided, however, that should the said premises cease to be owned by the party of the second part, its successors or assigns or and should the party of the second part cease to exist, then the property herein conveyed shall revert to the part of the first part, provided it is in active existence at said times, for Community purposes…
Signed: Anne S. Bendell, President