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Image of The Austin Young home on Money Hill - W0331

The Austin Young home on Money Hill - W0331

The Austin Young home on Money Hill. It was removed when Route 6 was built.

Image of Money Hill,"North Wellfleet - W0333

Money Hill,"North Wellfleet - W0333

Money Hill, North Wellfleet, showing the dike across Herring River. The house was the home of Austin Young, President of the Wellfleet Savings Bank. The house was taken down when Route 6 was made.

Image of Catholic Church. Wellfleet, Mass. - W0260

Catholic Church. Wellfleet, Mass. - W0260

"Catholic Church. Wellfleet, Mass." Picture of the early church with no steeple. See #W0258

Image of The wedding of Mary Frazer and Thomas Isney, April 17th, 1912 - W0258

The wedding of Mary Frazer and Thomas Isney, April 17th, 1912 - W0258

On back: "The mobile gas station is where the church stood 1914. The wedding of Mary Frazer and Thomas Isney. April 17, 1912." The Roman Catholic church at the site of the Libby residence (now the Mobil Station on Route 6). See #W0260.

Image of The Big Dipper Restaurant in South Wellfleet 1930s - W0165

The Big Dipper Restaurant in South Wellfleet 1930s - W0165

The Big Dipper Restaurant in South Wellfleet 1930s. In the background you can see Mr. Crowell's boat house that he made into his real estate office on the corner of Old County and Route 6. The building is now a dwelling on Chequessett Neck Road.

Image of Gift Shop and filling station of M.V. Currier, So. Wellfleet - W0166

Gift Shop and filling station of M.V. Currier, So. Wellfleet - W0166

Gift Shop and filling station of M.V. Currier, South Wellfleet. "The Barncrafters" in the rear, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Gardner/Gartner, South Wellfleet. This Esso Station was run by a Mr. Hughes. It was located across the street from Brownie's Cabins. Now it has been cut apart and is a cottage colony. Photo signed F.C. Hicks.

Image of The residence of Mr. Austin Young and family, demolished to make way for Rt - W0502

The residence of Mr. Austin Young and family, demolished to make way for Rt - W0502

The residence of Mr. Austin Young and family, demolished to make way for Rt 6. He was the Savings Bank's president.

Image of South Wellfleet Meeting House in disrepair - W0894

South Wellfleet Meeting House in disrepair - W0894

A late photo of folks sitting on a fence of the South Wellfleet Meeting House by Route 6. The building in sad refrain was moved to Wellfleet Center and repaired, later became town hall and then burned in March, 1960.

Image of View down Rt. 6 with South Wellfleet to the right - W0895

View down Rt. 6 with South Wellfleet to the right - W0895

View down Route 6 with South Wellfleet turnoff to General Store and postoffice to the right.

Image of Summer Chapel (Episcopal) St. James the Fisherman Wellfleet on Cape Cod. - W1602

Summer Chapel (Episcopal) St. James the Fisherman Wellfleet on Cape Cod. - W1602

Summer Chapel (Episcopal) St. James the Fisherman Wellfleet on Cape Cod. Inscribed: "We are happy to have been allowed the privilege of giving the land for this chapel. It has been a most rewarding experience. We are also happy to have known Wellfleet so many hears-beginning with my stay with you Mary. Wasn't that in 1919 or 20? Thanks to the Morrills- Merry Christmas Maud & Carey Melville 1957"

Image of Street North Wellfleet 1899 - W1223

Street North Wellfleet 1899 - W1223

Street North Wellfleet 1899

Image of Lilly House 1931 - W1262

Lilly House 1931 - W1262

Libby House 1931. Now the site of the Mobil station on Route 6.

Image of Holbrook's Mobil Gas Station on Route 6 - W2021

Holbrook's Mobil Gas Station on Route 6 - W2021

From Nancy Atwood Cook. Holbrook's Mobil Gas Station on Route 6

Image of The Walter Libby Estate - W2024

The Walter Libby Estate - W2024

The Walter Libby Estate - Site of the present Texaco then Mobil Station on Route 6. Walter Libby Estate, site of present Getty (crossed out) Texaco station. Pillars have reportedly been incorporated into the back of the Inn at Duck Creek. Link with W2025

Image of The Walter Libby Estate - W2025

The Walter Libby Estate - W2025

The Walter Libby Estate - Site of the present Texaco then Mobil Station on Route 6. Walter Libby Estate, site of present Getty (crossed out) Texaco station. Pillars have reportedly been incorporated into the back of the Inn at Duck Creek. Duplicate of #W2024 (Back- handwritten): Residence of Mr. Walter Libby Burned in fire? X-99

Image of Former home of Austin Young, President of Wellfleet Savings Bank - W2174

Former home of Austin Young, President of Wellfleet Savings Bank - W2174

House on Money Hill off Rt. 6.Former home of Austin Young, President of Wellfleet Savings Bank. Demolished to accommodate Route 6. Back- handwritten: Bob's Mother & Father's home.

Image of Marjorie Wiles Sayre's house - W2175

Marjorie Wiles Sayre's house - W2175

Photo by Lucy Kennedy, Marjorie Wiles Sayre's house. This house is the former home of Marjorie Wiles Sayre, who operated Briarlane Jams & Jellies on the premises. Route 6 at Briar Lane. Previously owned by Leroy & Esther Wiles, Marjorie's parents.

Image of W2534

W2534

Looking down the hill from chapel site towards Rt. 6.

Image of Cape Cod Canal & Sagamore Bridge - W2330

Cape Cod Canal & Sagamore Bridge - W2330

Camp Chequesset album: Cape Cod Canal and Sagamore bridge possibly taken from Camp Chequesset's MOUETTE. From Ms. Cherry Avirett, former camper.

Image of Cape Cod Canal & Sagamore Bridge - W2331

Cape Cod Canal & Sagamore Bridge - W2331

Camp Chequesset album: Cape Cod Canal and Sagamore bridge possibly taken from Camp Chequesset's MOUETTE. From Ms. Cherry Avirett, former camper.