My father grew up just outside the village on Jackson Hill Rd and I was born on the road between Treadwell and Delhi on the corner of Warren Rd, upstairs in the big white house with a barn behind it, owned at the time by Winfield Stockman.
When I graduated we lived in the house on the eastern end of the village where in later years Robert Hazlett resided. It was owned at that time by Fannie Delameter, a teacher at ALK. She lived in the house that at one time years ago was an Inn on the Treadwell-Delhi road just west of the Warren road, which I believe is actually in West Meredith.
The following are three photos my father took at the Treadwell Lumber Company on Case Hill Rd, Treadwell, NY. He worked there along with many others residents of this village and the surrounding area. I believe he worked there until it burned in 1967 (I think I have that year correct). I have a note that it was built in 1945, but I don't know where I got that information from, probably my Dad, who is deceased. My father's name was Harold N. Pinney. My brother, Jim Pinney also worked there before he enlisted into the Air Force in 1961. There is also a 4th photo, an aerial view, but I don't know who took it, possibly my Dad. He had a friend who was a pilot, named ____? Boeke, I believe. The mill was owned by Alton Cole and Warren Weerheim. That mill provided work for a great many people in and around the Treadwell area. --Patricia Gray, May 16, 2008