Some of these homes may still stand, perhaps in a remodeled state.
|The home of Clyde and Gertrude Norway|
|The home of Emery and Olive Shank|
|The Shank house, pictured above, is the first house on the right in this photo.|
|The home of Sylvester Close|
|The home and barn of A. C. (Andrew?) Biglow|
|Home of William P. Bayes|
|"The old Hutchins farm"|
We'd love to know more about any of these homes. Do they still stand? Do they look nearly the same or have they had a facelift? Please comment if you are in the know! It would be fun to have a modern photo of the house, too.