1932 Canaras: Elizabeth M. Walsh, "Betty", 130 River Street; "Under Twenty" (4); "Sailor Maids" (3); Interclass Basketball (1); Basketball (2, 3); Glee Club (2, 3); O.A.T. Junior Award (4). 1932 Canaras: Margaret Catherine Walsh, 130 River Street, Class Dance Committee (2); Class Committees (2); Public Shaking Play (1); Public Speaking Contest (2); Drawing Contest (3); Our Book (1, 2). Address:
Old Address: 130 River Street
Other information: According to the 1916 TB Directory, the Elliott Cottage, run by Mrs. M.E. Elliott, had room for three patients, had one cure porch and charged $11-15 per week.
It was the home of John F. Walsh from 1925 to 1948; Walsh had a cigar store at 27 Main Street. Later it was the home of Francis Walsh, and his son John.
It was the home of justice of the peace Lewis P. Daniels.
Adirondack Daily Enterprise, December 21, 1953
Sgt. John Walsh has arrived from Ft. Lee; Va., to spend a 12-day furlough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Walsh, of 130 River st.
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