August Hawkins and his sister Prudence around 1900

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Photo ID: 273
Name: Champlain Cottage
Type: Modern
Date: 28 Apr 2003
Site Data Sheet Link Code: Br29.1-S
Inventory Name: Champlain/Tooker Cottage
Address: Beaver Dam Rd @ Beaver Dam Creek
Source: Deitz
Source Call Number: 030428/P4280014.jpg

Comment: More-or-less looking west. To the left of this view is a small pond (see below); behind is Beaver Dam Creek.

Date Entry Modified:
Photo ID: 282
Name: Champlain Cottage pond
Type: Modern
Date: 29 Oct 2002
Site Data Sheet Link Code: Br29.1-S
Inventory Name: Champlain/Tooker Cottage
Address: Beaver Dam Rd @ Beaver Dam Creek
Source: Deitz
Source Call Number: photos/021029/P1010007

Comment: Champlain cottage as viewed from Beaver Dam Rd.

Date Entry Modified:
Photo ID: 422
Name: Champlain Cottage and Pond
Type: Historic
Date: 1977
Site Data Sheet Link Code: Br29.1-S
Inventory Name: Champlain/Tooker Cottage
Address: Beaver Dam Rd @ Beaver Dam Creek
Source: Richard Breyer
Source Call Number: beyer/FraserPond1977

Comment: Fraser-Champlain Cottage and pond

Date Entry Modified: 7/28/2008 12:00:00 AM
Photo ID: 285
Name: Champlain Cottage
Type: Historic
Date: Uncertain
Site Data Sheet Link Code: Br29.1-S
Inventory Name: Champlain/Tooker Cottage
Address: Beaver Dam Rd @ Beaver Dam Creek
Source: Post-Morrow
Source Call Number:

Comment:

Date Entry Modified:
Photo ID: 274
Name: Tucker Watercolor
Type: Drawing
Date: 1960's
Site Data Sheet Link Code: Br29.1-S
Inventory Name: Champlain/Tooker Cottage
Address: Beaver Dam Rd @ Beaver Dam Creek
Source: Richard Beyer
Source Call Number: Fraser-Champlain/ChamplainHome1960's

Comment: This watercolor is in the home of Richard and Carolyn Beyer, now of Tuscumbia, Alabama. As a youth, Richard lived in Brookhaven Hamlet and was a close friend of the Champlain's. He comments on the watercolor:

"The water color was painted from the circular driveway of the house next door, which in those days is where Philip Champlain lived with his wife Jane and daughters Bonnie and Debbie, by Beatrice Tucker, a cousin of Phyllis Champlain's from Baltimore."

Date Entry Modified: