This is a view looking south on Elm Street into Appleton Village. On the left is the Odd Fellows Hall, now a private residence. The Sumner/Gushee barn and house are just beyond at the left, and the Brown and Sprowl store is barely visible beyond. The Manley law office is at the centre at the end of the road. To its right (not visible) was GAR Hall, later moved onto the Brown and Sprowl store as its grain shed and now torn down. Elm Street ended at the Manley office and GAR Hall but was extended to join the Union Road during WPA period in the 1930s. The Morang store visible in the previous photo is behind the trees, and the Collins Garage is barely visible through the trees by the short black post at the right side of the road.

Donovan Bowley
Appleton Historical Society

Catalog Number LB2007.1.103948