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1932 - Loren Jackson on a ride in home made motor boat.
Fir Lodge - East side of the Peninsula. Professor W.E. Jackson and wife (on deck), daughter Helen (stairs), and son Loren built this cabin in 1911. Date of picture is ~ 1939.
Cabins on the Lake -Courtesy of Susan Marquiss. These homes were built in the 1920's by Bert Connant on the west side of Newman Lake, near Sutton Bay. Mr. Connant married the former Ann Thom Sutton.
Fishing Map from 1957 Spokesman Review.
Sam Sutton's boat the Gypsy was one of the main ways people were shuttled around the lake to their cottages.
Inside View of the Gypsy - Some stories say that this boat is now at the bottom of the lake
Gillett Hotel - Looking from the north end. This hotel was located on the far west side of the lake.
Post Card of the Gillett hotel, then Kolbe's, then the Evangelical church owned this property. Not standing now, the area has cottages and homes.
The Day Hotel at the south end of the lake taken around 1908.
Moab as it looked in 1922. Martin O' Briens store is on the right with their barn in the background. The barn was moved to the Maurer residence and is still in use today. Johhny O'Briens garage is on the left. Photo compliments of Peggy Cunningham
The O'Brien Garage located in Moab approximately 1922. Photo compliments of Peggy Cunningham.
Early Platt Map of the Southern Portion of the Lake
Sam Sutton on the bow of this transport boat which he built called the Gypsy.
Sutton Original Home - First home before later additions were added.
The Sutton Home after additions.  Home at the Bay after building an addition for his sister Maude Sutton.
View of Sutton home in the bay before additons were added to original home. (ca. 1905)