Another one of Croton's "bohemians"--Jane Burr--her nom du plume--born Rosalind Mae Guggenheim - In 1917 she purchased the Post Road Inn (located on the property across the street from the Holy Name of Mary Church) in Croton-on-Hudson. She renamed the inn the Drowsy Saint and advertised for boarders in the pages of the New York Times. While a local innkeeper she hosted and facilitated Floyd Dell’s marriage to G. Marie Gage in the winter of 1918. See more at: http://www.laborarts.org/exhibits/themasses/bios.cfm#sthash.Iwh4aIUL.dpuf
Click on the images below from a 1927 Brooklyn Eagle article--with thanks to one of the elves!
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