Fletcher Farm cure cottage on the Upper Franklin Falls Road in Vermontville. Photograph by William Kollecker, 1899.

Address: Fletcher Farm Road, Bloomingdale

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Other information: Fletcher Farm operated as a cure facility for part of its history. As a young man, William Kollecker worked there. Margaret Sanger is believed to have stayed at Fletcher Farm as a patient.

  Said to be the first airplane to land in the Adirondacks, October 1912 at Fletcher Farm.
Adirondack Daily Enterprise, January 20, 2001.
 Photo #83.11 courtesy of the Adirondack Room of the Saranac Lake Free Library
The 1908 Anti-Tuberculosis League Cottage List indicated that they had a capacity of 50 patients, but were only open during the Summer.

There was a fire at the farm on May 7, 1937. 1

It was owned for a time by John M. Rogers.

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1. Adirondack Daily Enterprise, September 9, 1954