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Accession number: 2013.041

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  • ca.1947, ca.2007 (Creation)

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1 folder of textual records
1 photograph

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([ca.1920]- present)

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Series forms part of the Salmon River House fonds and consists of two accounts of the history of the Salmon River House. One account was written circa 1947 by Jean Faulkner as part of a grade ten school assignment. The handwritten account discusses the original owners of the home, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Warnell, and the subsequent owners, Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Myers, who purchased the home in 1920 and established an inn. Included with this essay is a photograph of the house.

The second account was written by an anonymous author on the occasion of the Salmon River House celebrating eighty-seven years of providing service to the travelling public. The account discusses the Warnell family who supposedly built an original cottage there in 1853 which was incorporated into the current structure. It also discusses the period in which it was owned by Sandy and Cora Myers and later when it was owned and operated by Adrien Blanchette, his first wife Norma, and later his second wife Elisabeth Schwarzer. In addition, it discusses the award winning Lobster Shack Restaurant that the Blanchettes established at Salmon River House.

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