Cuttyhunk Fishing Club (Cape Cod)

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''On the Water Magazine'',"Fishing Clubs of the Elizabeth Islands," by Gene Bourque, October 1999, page 17+. This article can be found in the Andover Vertical File: Andover - Biography - William Wood.

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In 1921 William Wood, president of the American Woolen Company bought the Cuttyhunk Fishing Club. Mr. Wood had been a member of the club, which had been selling the property of the club. Mr. Wood's son sold many of the houses after Wood's death in 1925. The original clubhouse sold in 1943 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore.

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On the Water Magazine,"Fishing Clubs of the Elizabeth Islands," by Gene Bourque, October 1999, page 17+. This article can be found in the Andover Vertical File: Andover - Biography - William Wood.



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