Century-old Ti — Celebrating ‘hard-fought’ vote for playground

  • Logging operators in the southern Adirondacks predicted it would be the worst winter for business in years,
  • Brick layers and masons on Sept. 19 began laying brick for the new Ticonderoga Knights of Columbus hall that was under construction.
  • Lucretia Burleigh and Marjory Weed opened “Ye-Odd-i-tea-Shoppe,” a tea, homemade food and gift store, on North Main Street.
  • The North Ti Giants baseball team defeated Dresden 8–6 on Sept. 18 at Dudley Field at Streetroad.
  • The Port Henry baseball team won an “exciting, free hittin” game against Mineville 8–6 on Sept. 18 to benefit Pat Farrell, a former Mineville outfielder who was a patient at the Raybrook tuberculosis sanitarium.
  • Mrs. James Leach of Minerva donated a 21-pound box of candy to Moses-Ludington Hospital.

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Freelance history writer and documentary film producer from Ticonderoga, NY

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