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Moscow Bay Lodge, south of the Village of Bath on Moscow Bay. The hunting lodge was owned by a group of men from Jacksonville, Illinois. Originally housed in a cottonwood log cabin, this building was erected in 1912 in an area once known as the town of Moscow.
Left to right: Mrs. Lee Alcott, Lee Alcott, James Scott, Mrs. W. L. Fay, Sharp child, Jesse Sharp, Hohn L. Reeve, Fount Andrews, Mrs. Andrews, Charles Franz, Mrs. Franz, F. L. "Pop" Sharp.

Picture from the Sesquicentennial Booklet, 1986.

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