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Viola Benson Watson Collection of Glass Plate Negatives
Contributed to Tremont Historical Society by Pam Watson
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Glasss Plate Negatives from Pam Watson-Recognize Something??

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That is Harding's wharf (Charles, & Clarence who
moved to Bernard from Gotts Island) and Clarence's
son Bill. Active during the 1940s-1960s. The now
Silverman house far right was Charles Harding's. The
large dark colored (green) Victorian second from r
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was Freeman and Vesta Gott, now the Trask house.
Purchased by Orville and Esther Trask in 1946. The 3rd
house was owned by McNeils in the 1940s and 1950s.
The building far left may be the remains of the old
Tryhouse. It was not there when I was growing up there in
1940s-1950s.
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Sent to keep tabs on Kronprinzessin
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