Work On Baker Park: 0053.0043

CITY PARK IS PLEASANT RESORT - Underbrush Is Cut Away; Unsightly Buildings are Removed

            The wooded area of the City Park is no longer a jungle, but one of the most pleasant resorts in the neighbourhood, thanks to the efforts put forth by the city to provide a resting place for lovers of a quiet Sunday afternoon stroll. Superintendent of works David Philpot has worked wonders in clearing the woods of underbrush and in removing unsightly buildings and fences from the grounds. The city may now be said to own a park worthy of the name, a place of which every citizen will be proud when plans for its beautification are fully matured. Mr. Philpot has displayed considerable ingenuity in converting a formerly useless building into a summer rest house and in constructing seats in shady places form lumber salvaged in the tearing down of other structures in the last sage of decrepitude.

0053.0043: Work On Baker Park

Newspaper article reporting that Baker Park has been cleaned up, and it is a pleasent place to spent an afternoon in Cranbrook. Also states a former useless building has been converted into a summer rest house.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  June 2, 1927
Pages:  1
Publisher:  Cranbrook Courier
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0053)

Keywords:

City Park Monument Resort

Subjects:

People arrow Philpotarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Parks, Monuments arrow Baker Parkarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Services arrow City Worksarrow

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