The Stanzel Homes of Carleton Place

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The Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum has many great pictures and you should visit their Facebook page. Here are some amazing pictures of the Stanzel family homes.

 

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This is 20 Caldwell Street in 1933. That’s Shirley Stanzel sitting out front with her doll. Photo from–Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum

 

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Carleton Place Herald- Photo from–Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum

 

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Photo- Google Images

 

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Stephen Stanzel and his family in front of their home on 29 Queen Street circa 1906.

Left to right-Ross, Errol, Annie, Dorothy on her mum’s lap. Wattie is on the boardwalk, Minerva and Lola. —Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum

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Photo- Google Images-29 Queen Street

 

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Photo- Google Images- He later moved to 204 Lake Avenue where he had the same home built. Both houses still exist. Right across from the High School.

 

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Joan Lepage—And there at 204 Lake Ave. Ethleen Stanzel who is now 100 years old still resides; wife of the late Walter(Wattie) Stanzel who’s parents built and owned these historical homes.

 

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  1. And there at 204 Lake Ave. Ethleen Stanzel who is now 100 years old still resides; wife of the late Walter(Wattie) Stanzel who’s parents built and owned these historical homes.

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