The White Oak Inn, circa 1929, was originally the farmhouse of Captain Dellwyn P. Crowley. (Photo courtesy of Franklin W. Gray.)
It is uncertain if George Baker, aka Father Divine, ever made a personal visit to his Heaven in New Gretna. (Photo from Google Images.)
The old White Oak Inn building in 1983. It functioned as an apartment house through the fall of 2004. (Photo courtesy of Sara Mathis Guertler.)
Ready to rumble.
Gingerbread and a tin rain spout.
Closeup of tin rain spout.
The empty lot where the old white Oak Inn once stood. Perhaps we can get my history buddy, John Yates, to stop by with his GPS and record its exact location for posterity. (Map from Google Maps.)
The empty lot on the north-east corner of Route 9 and East Greenbush Road where the White Oak Inn once stood. (June 29, 2009 photo by Pete Stemmer.)