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 — bonney_dickson_lumber [2018/12/06 17:16] (current) Line 1: Line 1: + ====== Bonney & Dickson Lumber ====== + + \\ {{:​2_500.jpg|2_500.jpg}}Bonney & Dickson Lumber existed on at least part of the site of the present-day Watertown Builder'​s Supply and possibly some of the White'​s Lumber property, all bordered by North Rutland, High, Emerson and Olive streets. The area was centered on the railroad tracks that connected [[Watertown|Watertown]] and [[Carthage|Carthage]];​ there was at least one spur track for freight car loading and unloading.\\ \\ {{:​6_500.jpg|6_500.jpg}}Some of the painted signs for Bonney & Dickson, and for the previous E.D. Jenks Lumber are still visible on the High and Olive streets sides of an old storage barn.\\ \\ \\ \\ \\ \\ + ===== See Also ===== + [[Jefferson_County_Industry|Jefferson County Industry]]
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