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Devon Lodge Cottage

“Devon Lodge” (Whiteway Cottage) is an important Gimli site, built by A.P. Whiteway in 1922 and maintained in the family for almost 90 years. It is one of the best examples of a summer cottage in its original condition.

This basic side-gable building is an exemplary example of that type, with high levels of integrity—exterior qualities like sheathing, original windows and door, window canopies, as well as many interior characteristics — that make it a notable place. It is filled with original furnishings and artifacts such as a 1931 GE refrigerator (with warranty!), RCA windup record player with old needles and Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy records.

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