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I am the great grandson of Charles Diller Fratt. My grandmother was Elsie Fratt Philips. I recently came into a treasure trove of historical information including a wedding photo taken in the parlor of the Fratt Mansion on Dec 10, 1917. This evening I wrote a blog post about it. It can be seen at:
I would like to get in contact with the present owners of the Frat Mansion. I have read about the renovations they have done and I believe they would be interested in the information I have.
Hi Wendell, I have put your request up on our website, along with some info I found on the current owners. Are you local? We would love to see what you have inherited and how it relates to Everett history. Thanks for sharing with us!
I live in northern Minnesota. When my grandmother, Elsie Fratt Philips, died in 1984 my mother inherited her estate and had it shipped from Seattle to our farm in Minnesota where it lay locked in the Chickenhouse until she died in 2010–thus my title, Chickenhouse Chronicles. Elsie married Henry Olmsted Philips, son of Calvin Philips, creator of Greenbank Farm on Whidbey Island. I do have a few documents you might find interesting. Perhaps let me know how to send them to you.
Author: Muddy Jungle Rivers
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I am a collector of named restaurant china. I have a couple of pieces from Weisers Grill circa 1909 was located on 1617 Hewitt ave. I’m trying to find out anymore info on this establishment. Thanks
Hi Kathleen, Those sound very interesting! We will dig a bit and see if we can find some information for you. Thank you for contacting us!
FYI, the email address of email@example.com is a dead link:
“Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:
Technical details of permanent failure:
Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the server for the recipient domain comcast.net by mx1.comcast.net. [2001:558:fe14:70::22].
The error that the other server returned was:
550 5.1.1 Not our Customer”
Is there another contact address available?
So sorry about that Chris, the address should be firstname.lastname@example.org
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