Address: 132 Bloomingdale Avenue
Old Address: 71 Bloomingdale Avenue
Other names: Gutshow Cottage (see Tray boys); Wareham-DeLair Architects.
Year built: c. 1920 (tax map)
Saranac Lake directories list residents as Vincent Crenski, John Donivan, Anthony Faass, Maude Fortune, Robert Fortune, Charles Gerclon, Kenneth Holland in 1925. Maude M. Fortune is listed from 1933 through 1939, with A.J. Fortune listed in 1939.
In 1945 it is listed as the Gutshaw [sic] Nursing Cottage, and through 1969 the following residents are listed: John H. Gutshow, Mrs. Margaret Gutshow, Harry G. Gutshow, K.W. Provost, Benjamin Balsam, Bernard Brown, Blanche Santimaw, and Mrs. Francena Washburn
In the late years of the 20th century, after the firm moved from offices in the Haase Block, this cottage housed the offices of Wareham-DeLair Architects, successors to the firm of Coulter & Westhoff, one of the longest-established architectural firms in New York State.
Norwegian Sailors known to have cured at the Fortune Cottage include Kaare Ole Lund, as well as the following:
|Bjarne Aanesen||TB card|
|Olaf Berge||1920||1945||TB card; buried in Pine Ridge Cemetery|
|John L. Nyberg||10/7/1917||10/15/1944||
TB card; buried in Pine Ridge