Number 115 and Number 116
119: What used to be called a "Buckboard". In front of W.H. Burns' blacksmith shop. On Albert St., the corner of Albert and Middle Sts. The top story burned later, and I only remember a one-story building. W.H. Burns standing beside it.
120: This plant was first owned by Ronald Whiteney of England. On his return to England, it was bought by the Graves Co. just for the manufacture of cyder. At some time this or an adjacent building was owned by Beeler and Peters as a barrel factory. Below the Anglican Cemetary near the D.A.R. tracks. In recent years used by others and partly burned.
Reference: Coward family Nova Scotia Archives Album No. 24
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