The Argyle Hall and Argyle Inn, ca. 1910
Located on the rockbound shore of Friendship, these two buildings contain the dining room and reception hall, and sleeping quarters of the Argyle Inn. It had a dining room that would comfortably seat 150 people and on the second floor ten bedrooms, a bathroom, and a trunk room. The kitchen was located in a separate building.
The Inn, pictured in the background, contained a large reception room and additional sleeping quarters on the second floor. All the buildings of the Argyle Inn boasted modern plumbing, which consisted of a single toilet in each building, "running water and the latest approved open plumbing, all drained to low water mark."
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