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  • Cotter cottage, Port Nelson
    Cotter cottage, Port Nelson
    image       The Cotter house stood on a road leading from Guelph Line to the Lake front, south of the Port Nelson Grocery Store and Post Office, operated by George Brown. The house was bought by the City ca1975 and demolished to make roome for a small park.
    image     The Cotter house stood on a road leading from Guelph Line to the Lake front, south of the Port Nelson Grocery Store and Post Office, operated by George Brown. The ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • 248 Guelph Line, 1998
    248 Guelph Line, 1998
    image  1998,     Built either before 1875 for Hugh Cotter, Port Nelson Warpinger, or after 1875 for his son Franklin, a lumberman and, later, graindealer.Franklin's son Edward V., the marathon runner Eddie Cotter, was born here in 1887.Block B was sold in 1893 under power of sale by the Western Canada LoanSavings Co. ...
    image  1998,   Built either before 1875 for Hugh Cotter, Port Nelson Warpinger, or after 1875 for his son Franklin, a lumberman and, later, graindealer.Franklin's son Edward V., the marathon runner Eddie Cotter, ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • 248 Guelph Line, front (east) elevation, 1998
    248 Guelph Line, front (east) elevation, 1998
    image  1998,     Built either before 1875 for Hugh Cotter, Port Nelson Warpinger, or after 1875 for his son Franklin, a lumberman and, later, graindealer.Franklin's son Edward V., the marathon runner Eddie Cotter, was born here in 1887.Block B was sold in 1893 under power of sale by the Western Canada LoanSavings Co. ...
    image  1998,   Built either before 1875 for Hugh Cotter, Port Nelson Warpinger, or after 1875 for his son Franklin, a lumberman and, later, graindealer.Franklin's son Edward V., the marathon runner Eddie Cotter, ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Cotter cottage, showing steps down the bluffs and frozen lake, Port Nelson
    Cotter cottage, showing steps down the bluffs and frozen lake, Port Nelson
    image       From the left: George Brown, Betty ??, unidentified dog, and Wilhelmina Brown.
    image     From the left: George Brown, Betty ??, unidentified dog, and Wilhelmina Brown.
    Burlington Historical Society
  • The Franklin Cotter - Thomas Odell house, 248 Guelph Line, ca 1925
    The Franklin Cotter - Thomas Odell house, 248 Guelph Line, ca 1925
    image  ca 1925,     On the reverse, written in ink:: "248 Guelph Line / Crosby"
    image  ca 1925,   On the reverse, written in ink:: "248 Guelph Line / Crosby"
    Burlington Historical Society
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