2_500.jpgBonney & 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 and Carthage; there was at least one spur track for freight car loading and unloading.

6_500.jpgSome 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