Tearing Down The Rockwood Inn
The Rockwood Times, Thursday, 18 May 1911
The old Rockwood Inn building on Kingston avenue has been purchased by John H. Reynolds, the well known Harriman contractor and builder, who will remove the building from the lot. Mr. Reynolds will sell the material to any persons who may desire to build and will sell the material to any persons who may desire to build and will offer same in whole or in part at a very material saving over present prices of lumber. It is said that the material in the building is very superior to that furnished at the present time, owing to the fact when the building was constructed the timber lands had not been cut over to any great extent. Anyone who expects to build during the present summer might be able to secure from Mr. Reynolds just the material needed for the work. It is said that a nice modern residence will be built on the lot now occupied by the old inn building.
The Rockwood Times, Thursday, 25 May 1911.
Social and Personal Mention. John H. Reynolds has commenced the destruction of the old Rockwood Inn building and at the present rate it will be a thing of the past within the next few days. He is offering the material for sale at very low prices and we understand that quite a good deal of it has been contracted for