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ORPHAN ANNIES The preponderance of the orphaned child theme

Who

Book

Page

Particulars

Jim

1

48

His mother died 2 years ago (when he was 13). His father died when he was 10 (3-144)

Regan

1

155-156

He ran away from an orphanage when he was about Jim's age. He and his sister were raised together in the orphanage (8-189)

Mrs. Lynch

4

106

Mrs. Lynch's parents died when she was a baby

Tad Webster

7

41

Tad's and Spider's father and mother were dead

Dan

8

189

His father, Tim Mangan, was killed in a car accident. Regan had lost track of his sister till the day he got word she was dead

Juliana

16

47

The automobile in which Juliana and her parents were riding went off the road and into a canal. They were drowned. But Juliana was saved (p.66)

Max Elliot

19

16-17

His father, Sam, was a widower when he married Ethel. Then Sam died 5 years ago

Loyola Kevins

28

34

Her parents were dead and she lived with her grand-father in a small apartment in Sleepyside

ALICIA'S ALLOCATION Presents to Trixie from this never-met aunt

Book

Page

Particulars

3

125

Sewing basket (last Christmas). She also tried to teach Trixie how to tat when she was 8.

5

72

Seed pearl necklace (also last Christmas)

5

153

Handkerchief box (birthday)

6

159

(This is information, not a present) Paint the underside of silver with colorless nail polish to prevent allergic reaction

8

203

White wool sweater Aunt Alicia had knitted

8

28

China cat, a family antique she had sent Mr. & Mrs. Belden as a wedding present. It was in Trixie's room and she called it "hers".

REASONS A-PLENTY All the reasons used for one of the B.W.G.'s missing out on an adventure.

Book

Page

Particulars

9

19

Dan: "I'm stuck here. I have to be tutored to stay in the same class with Jim and Brian."

10

21

Dan will be working all day and so will Jim. (Dan is never mentioned again)

10

41

Di can't go with Trixie and Honey as she is going on a day of shopping in White Plains and next week to Grandma's. She shows up for an outing (p.154) 3/4 way through book.

11

16

Di's out in California right now. Dan's at home working for Honey's father's gamekeeper.

13

20

Dan got a summer job at camp.

14

67

Dan won't be able to get any time off.

15

14

Dan won't get away from his job till evening and Diana won't even be back home for a month.

15

19

As it turned out, Dan was able to go along on the trip, for a substitute took over his work. Diana, vacationing with her family, was the only Bob-White missing.

16

45

Mrs. Vanderpoel asks, "Where's Dan?" He couldn't come because Mr. Maypenny had work that had to be done right away.

18

131

Di can't go shopping with Honey and Trixie, she has a piano lesson. Dan mentions he will be chopping firewood for weeks. On p.155 Dan's still chopping and Di has to help with the twins.

19

86-87

Jim and Brian were away as counselors at a boys' camp. They return on p.133

22

25

Dan: "I'm afraid I can't go. I promised Judge Hardy I'd spend the vacation working with the young kids from the juvenile home.

23

16

"I almost forgot," sighed Trixie. "But just because you (Brian) have to work, and Dan has to work, and Di has to go to Milwaukee with her parents..."

24

20

Jim and Brian and Mart are all counselors at camp and they won't be back for a whole week.

24

30

Di Lynch is visiting her uncle in Arizona.

24

66

Dan felt he can help Regan more by staying and trying to fill in for him.

25

16

Dan Mangan was the only Bob-White who had not been able to fly west, due to his temporary job as counselor at an upstate New York boys' camp

26

28

Looking for Harrison: Dan sighed. "I can't come, I'm afraid. I have to work this afternoon."

29

26

Dan had received special permission from his school counselor to attend a two-week seminar in New York City on neighborhood youth programs.

31

15-16

Di Lynch had taken a late vacation with her parents and would not return to Sleepyside for almost 2 weeks. She's back, p.84 (had gone through Wisconsin and Minnesota).

32

116-117

All the Bob-Whites, with the exception of Dan, would accompany Fay to the hospital. "I'd better get back to work on the game preserve."

34

101

"We're doing twice as much patrolling as usual, checking for fires. After... I don't feel very sociable."

35

95-96

Dan and Di can't make it tonight. "Dan worked so hard today he's exhausted. Di has to baby-sit."

36

108

Only Dan couldn't come today, because he was working.

37

76

Only Honey, Trixie, Jim and Brian went to Dr. Chang's office. Di and Dan were busy with chores; Mart was still trying to fix his computer program.

38

25

Jim was going to work at camp this summer.

38

27

"But Dan can't make it" to work on the dig (no reason given)

39

14-15

The boys couldn't come along and work as junior counselors at camp later this summer and do all the fix-up projects their parents have lined up for them. Di and Dan had other summer plans.

KEEPING IT CLEAN All the times poor Trixie has to dust, or think about dusting.

Book

Page

Particulars

1

22

"...and there's an hour's dusting to do indoors."

1

78

They (Trixie and Honey) swept and dusted

3

93

"Get to your dusting, slave girl."

4

18

"And the lucky duck never has to wash dishes or dust or make beds the way I do on weekends."

4

56

Dusting the living room

5

19

"I slave from morning to night, making beds, dusting and washing dishes."

5

52

"I couldn't possibly dust without the vacuum."

5

67

"And if she doesn't get down to the family abode soon and cope with the dust and dishes, I'll brain her."

6

106

She handed each of them a dustcloth (even in Arizona)

6

164

She made the beds and dusted

7

56

"I have to dust the house first."

7

67

Trixie hurried through the dusting

8

27

"I was sort of tired of dusting him, anyway."

14

41

Just finished helping her mother with the dusting

16

44

With the help of Diana and Honey, she made quick work of the dusting and dishes

16

104-105

Trixie offers to dust the downstairs bedroom for Janie's arrival

17

54

She felt more cheerful when Hallie offered to dust.

18

77

"Oh, Moms," Trixie rushed on, "I know it's Friday afternoon, but could I please be excused from the dusting."

19

52

Trixie suffered through her chores - dusting...

20

46

"I know," Trixie said, "dust."

26

172

"I've also dusted the furniture."

29

167

She quickly dusted the room

30

191

Soon Trixie was busy dusting, a job she disliked

35

91

Took the dust rags into the living room

Is there a DOCTOR in the house?? All the experience Brian gets in 'doctoring' plus reasons he'll make a good one.

Book

Page

Particulars

3

40

He studies hard and is interested in anything that has to do with medicine

7

31

Because he was going to be a doctor, he was aware of the health needs of people in far-off countries

8

162

Brian examined Mr. Maypenny's head injury "He'll need some stitches but there doesn't seem to be a concussion." (I didn't think concussions were this easily diagnosed)

8

168-169

Washes his hands in the best surgical style he could remember seeing on TV... stitches Mr. Maypenny's gashed scalp

10

17

It was in Miss Bennett's (botany) class that he first got the idea of becoming a doctor. He used to drag home armfuls of all sorts of weeds and swamp plants every weekend and spend most of Sunday cataloguing them.

10

82

"I just know you're going to be the best doctor in the whole world someday, because you never mind doing things for people."

10

148

After a cautious examination of Gaye, Brian intimates Gaye only pretended to be knocked out but "Doctors never tell," he said in as deep a voice as he could manage.

11

85

"I've been thinking that a person could do a lot of medical research in a place like this (cave) - molds, you know, and blind fish and crickets. It has lots of possibilities."

11

193

Brian examines half-conscious man

12

56

Brian will look after Trixie's cuts. He was always eager to do first-aid work.

13

39

"I do read a lot, and last winter I got hold of a book about fractures and how to treat them."

13

41

Splints El's leg and is commended by Dr. Holmes

13

88

Brian treats Trixie's ankle

14

64

Brian, "who planned to become a doctor" can translate Mart's 'cerebral tempest' to 'brainstorm'. (Of course, Mart SAID it and he isn't going to be a doctor)

14

144-145

Brian tends to an unconscious Mr. Carver and "adjusted the pillows on the sofa with professional skill."

14

174

Brian tends to Trixie's faintness from dead air

14

186

Brian knows that amnesia can arise from a blow to the head, and about memory loss and return

16

30

"I'm just in the middle of a study of herbs... They were used by our great-grandmothers for medicine. I think they're pretty neat today. I want to do some research with them." (Guess he's forgotten about all his work with plants in #10)

16

109

"You know it because you're going to be a doctor." ('it' being that lost memory isn't dangerous)

16

140

"I never knew anything about loss of memory till that day Trixie and Honey came home from the hospital and told us about Janie. Since then, I've been reading up on it." (Guess Brian's suffering amnesia himself since he seemed to know all about it in #14)

16

174

Dr. Gregory tells Brian, "You can rewind that bandage on her wrist tomorrow."

17

110

"Judging from her (Mrs. V's) bone structure," doctor-to-be Brian said, "she may have been Juliana's size when she married."

19

21

He did a good job of first-aid on Tom's gashed arm

19

133

At camp, Brian had assisted in the doctor's tent, where he helped treat cuts, poison ivy and stomachaches

20

74-75

He has the quiet, confident voice of a doctor.

21

27

Well, why wouldn't Brian know about baby food? He has 3 younger siblings, and he is the doctor-to-be around here

21

81

He knows about bone construction

21

156-157

Someday a child who is desperately ill may live because Brian Belden learned to put a baby's comfort ahead of his own.

22

100

Brian tends to Mart after the avalanche

22

144

Brian tends to the head wound on Carl. "I don't think there are any internal injuries."

23

16

He's working because he needs every cent he could earn for medical school

25

140

Doctor-to-be Brian recognized hysteria when he saw it

25

109

Brian tends to abrasions and splinters on Trixie's hands

25

205

Brian supervises what Tank should eat after being rescued from the mine

26

23

Trixie suspected that Brian sometimes practiced guessing what was wrong with people, even if they only had the sniffles

26

49-50

Brian tends to Harrison who has a gash on his head.

28

15

He'll make a perfect doctor because he's level-headed and even-tempered

28

77-86

Brian survives poisoning but "wasn't really losing sight" of his life's goal

28

116

After rescuing Ken and Carl, Brian is lecturing them in proper sailing techniques. "Jeepers, is Brian ever going to make a super doctor... He's got those kids wrapped around his finger..."

28

120

"You have a way of letting people know you really care. I'll bet your future patients are going to follow your instructions right down to the letter."

29

48

Brian tends to Reddy's broken front leg

29

53

Brian assisted the doctor as he wrapped and set the broken leg

29

178

Brian tends to Mart's gashed leg. "You'll live," he told his brother.

30

28

Brian was constantly concerned with the well-being of everyone

31

35

Brian is again interested in the plants which were used to cure diseases in the days before doctors and drugstores

32

33

Brian tends to Fay's mother who had fallen and broke her hip

33

55

Brian tends to man struck down by a car. Trixie was grateful for Brian's calm reaction to a crisis.



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This listing includes ANY people mentioned, whether or not they speak or are integral to the story. It does not include main characters, their relatives or servants, which are all located under separate heading (Page 1). "No-names" are listed if they have speaking lines. These are ONLY Sleepyside/area residents, no persons from "on the road" or people passing through (except "Bad Guys" but only if they are caught in Sleepyside).

Name

Book

Page

Particulars

CITIZENS

Dr. Ferris

1

72

(13-89) (21-108) (26-49) (28-75) (32-21) (36-11)

Laundry truck driver

1

94

Almost runs into Honey (learning to ride bike)

Mr. Lytell

1

129

RECURRING CHARACTER, nosy storekeeper, doesn't like Trixie very much

Jed Tomlin

1

147

Has horses

Fire chief

1

221

Reporter

1

223

Student

4

27

One of a group of boys and girls in Trixie's class

Mike

7

40

Counterman at Wimpy's (16-191) (18-58)

Mrs. Stratton

7

47

Principal's wife

Mr. Bennington

7

53

Used to have an electric shop in the old storeroom on Main St.

Mrs. Vanderpoel

7

88

(16-44) (17-110) (20-130) (26-111) (35-14) (38-101)

Brom Vanderheidenbeck

7

90

(16-42) (35-14) (37-122) (38-101)

Oto and Kasyo Hakaito

7

108-109

Have truck garden on the other side of Sleepyside and a produce shop in town

Mr. Burnside

8

49

Lumber company (antique car collector, 33-14)

Mr. Martin

8

100

Toy shop man

Doc Tremaine

8

171

Paul Trent

10

29

Reporter for Sleepyside Sun (32-120)

Rachel Martin

10

100

Lives out by Martin's Marsh (later moves into Sleepyside)

Sam Lee Fong

10

210-211

Chinese expert

Mr. Lawlor

13

17

Local bee authority

Dr. Morrison

16

41

Dentist

Dr. Gregory

16

96

At the hospital, he takes care of Janie (19-21 treated Tom)

2 men

17

71

Drivers for Teed Moving Service

Hattie Roe

17

72

Desk clerk for Teed Moving Service

Old man Teed

18

72

Of Teed Moving Service

Desk clerk

17

97

For Glen Road Inn

Ella Kline

17

137

Handicapped, does alterations for Bride's Shop and mending for Glen Road Inn, where she lives (21-64)

Mrs. Boyer

17

143

Rich and eccentric, lives at Glen Road Inn

Ronald Quinn

18

46

Old coin collector

Raymond Perkins

18

24-25

Radio station manager, son Jeff away at college, first name (p.165)

Mr. Johnson

18

62

Town Hall custodian

Mrs. Perkins

18

89

Mr. Perkins' wife

Receptionist

18

115

At the radio station

Ethel (Rogers) Elliot

19

16

Flower business, was Mrs. Belden's babysitter, married Sam Elliot (deceased) (26-111)

Max Elliot

19

17

Mrs. Elliot's step-son

Charles Hartman

19

64

Ex-cop and ex-judo instructor (p.83)

Mrs. Hartman

19

79

Mr. Hartman's wife

Mr. Roberts

20

86

Nick's father, master engraver (35-16)

Mrs. Roberts

20

86

Nick's mother, bad health (35-16)

Mary Goodley

21

55

Social worker from the county

Pete

21

67

Works at Glen Road Inn

Short-order cook

21

71

At Glen Road Inn

Teenage boy

21

149

Lives somewhere nearby old Dutch barn on Old Telegraph Road

Elmer and Mike Durham

21

158

Auctioneers

Jeff Higgins

21

158

Auctioneer clerk, lives on Balsam Street

Smitty

21

163

Foreman at Dutch barn

Judge Harding

22

25

Mrs. Rose Crandall

26

53

Lives at Sleepyside Hollow

Richard Parkinson

26

142

Friend of Mr. Lynch, owner of Ming vase

Charles/Charlie Burnside

26

182

Guard at Fine Arts Museum, friend of Harrison (I wonder if he's related to Mr. Burnside of the lumber company?)

Janet Gray

26

182

Museum lecturer, friend of Harrison

Grandfather

28

34

Loyola's 80 year old grandfather

Pat Bunker

28

104

Commercial fisherman

Ken and Carl

28

115

Two boys, live on Havertstraw Bay

Dr. David Samet

29

51

Veterinarian (first name p.126)

Don Morrison

29

54

Has a hardware store

Mary

29

57

Dr. Samet's younger sister, Jane Morgan's mother

Young Mr. Crimper

30

70

Department store manager (Sonny/Earl Junior, p.171)

Vera Parker

30

71

Reporter for Sleepyside Sun

Grampa Crimper

30

161

Used to run Crimper's department store

Mrs. Crimper

30

171

Grampa Crimper's wife

George Gemlo

31

136

Head of local office of state wildlife department

Chairman

31

136

Of City Council

Man

31

139

Speaker against expansion

Man

31

140

Speaker for expansion

Mrs. Franklin

32

21

Fay's mother, a widow, housekeeper at Lisgard House (new job at ranch, p.210)

Ambulance attendant

32

36

Harry

32

36

Second ambulance attendant

Zeke Collins

32

40

Odd-job man at Lisgard House

Ed Gaffey

32

140

Television reporter

Mrs. Burnside

33

19

Mr. Burnside's wife

Ambulance attendant

33

60

Mrs. Manning

33

93

On Glenwood Ave., donated to rummage sale

Pretty blond-haired woman

33

101

On Glenwood Ave., donated to rummage sale

Glenda Maurer

33

120

On Glenwood Ave., donated books to rummage sale

Henry Meiser

33

149

Inventor, will marry Eileen and settle in Sleepyside (p.208)

Eileen

33

176

Lives on Glenwood Ave., Henry Meiser's former secretary

Melissa

33

168

Eileen's daughter

Davey

33

168

Eileen's son

The Greens

33

121

Newlyweds, on Glenwood Ave.

Ms. Lee

33

128

Director of volunteers at hospital

Sales clerk

34

131

Sells Trixie thread

Jane Dix-Strauss

35

19

Reporter for Sleepyside Sun

Pat Murphy

35

64

Lawyer

Receptionist

35

66

At police station

Bruce Becker

35

123

Works at the bank, captain of their softball team

Jan Carlson (male)

35

126

Ordered hats

Mrs. De Keyser

36

17

She slipped and broke her arm (38-63)

Dr. Chang

37

30

Veterinarian (What happened to Dr. Samet?)

Woman

37

53

Enters cat in pet show

Ward

37

54

Woman's husband

Television news reporter

37

60

Announcer

37

98

At radio station

Mrs. Beals

38

24

At hospital, Trixie speaks to her regarding volunteer work (what happened to Ms. Lee?)

Jake Hanson

38

81

Guard at Historical Society

Mrs. Field

38

94

Librarian, this is the first time we have learned her name, she has previously only been "the librarian" (16-115) (18-174) (28-149)

Short heavy set man

38

132

U.P.S. delivery man

TEACHERS/CLASSMATES

Miss Golden

4

147

Trixie's math teacher (when she's13)

Ty Scott

4

227

Friend of Mart's, lent him taperecorder

Miss Jones

6

15

Guidance counsellor

Mr. Stratton

7

14

Principal (30-43)

Tad Webster

7

16

Spider's brother, member of the Hawks, lived with Mrs. Vanderpoel a while (p.171) but moved away (16-83). (He was like a "first draft" of Dan.)

Miss Elliman

8

13

Bobby's teacher

Miss Taylor

8

81

Mart's and Dan's teacher

Miss Bennett

10

17

Botany teacher

Joel

10

17

Student in Trixie's class

Bud Brown

10

164

Classmate of Brian's, dad is on the city council

Chuck Altemus

14

57

Friend of Mart's and Brian's

Miss Cecelia Lawler

18

20

Teacher's aide, assisting Miss Craven, first name mentioned p.135

Miss Craven

18

20

Social studies teacher

Amy Morrisey

20

19

Art student (pottery), also in Trixie's English class

Nicholas (Nick) William Roberts III

20

24

Art student (drawing), moved just last year from New York City (p.86) (35-14) (37-35)

Mike Larson

20

29

Bad kid at school

Jerry Vanderhoef

20

29

Bad kid at school (27-33)

Bill Wright

20

29

Bad kid at school

Mr. Crider

20

83

Young art teacher (22-142)

Loyola Kevins

28

21

In same chemistry class as Dan and Brian, Brian's partner

Mrs. Cowles

28

31

Brian's chemistry teacher

Mary Brendan

28

180

Friend of Mart's who's taking a stage-craft class

Mr. Sanborn

29

13

Trixie's math teacher (when she's 14)

Miss Eileen Darcy

29

17

New drama teacher, first name mentioned (p.47), her mother is Miss Trask's friend (p.26)

Paul Victors

29

17

Lead in school play

John Munter

29

18

Lead in school play

Jamie Kenworthy

29

18

Lead in school play

Jane Morgan

29

29

Trixie's classmate, jealous of Di being Juliet, Dr. Samet's niece

Patty Morris

29

29

Trixie's classmate

Jenny Ratner

29

67

A senior

Bill Morgan

29

79

Jane's older brother, photographer for school newspaper

Jeff Hoffer

29

87

Jimmy Baker

29

98

in Bobby's class

Monica Anderson

29

118

Works on school newspaper

Mr. Zimmerman

30

42

Journalism teacher

Lester Mundy

30

48

In Mart's math class, the class clown

Ruthie Kettner

30

50

Student, loner

Shrimpy Davis

30

66

Marvin Easton

30

66

Mr. McLane

31

100

Brian's social studies teacher, coach of debate team

Mark Nelson

31

101

Brian's partner in International Pine debate

Todd Maurer

31

101

Student, negative side in International Pine debate

Jim VerDoon

31

101

Student, negative side in International Pine debate

Fay Franklin

32

20

New to neighborhood, living at Lisgard House (will be moving, p.210)

Mariellen Hanrahan

32

126

Volunteer on duty at hospital gift shop

Norma Nelson

37

19

Feeds the birds

Gordon Halvorson

37

28

From Mart's computer class

Miss Von Trammel

37

46

School secretary

Boy

37

50

Enters brother's hamster, Houdini, in pet show

Scott Hopper

37

51

Enters cat in pet show

Girl

37

63

Withdraws parakeet from pet show

Student

37

63

Withdraws cat from pet show

Heather

37

64

From Honey's homeroom

Mr. Johnson

37

144

Mart's computer teacher

Miss Wilson

38

28

One of the kindergarten teachers in the elementary school

THE LAW

The Lieutenant

1

189

(4-223)

Policeman

1

189

(33-60)

Spider Webster

4

125

Everybody's favourite cop, lived with Mrs. Vanderpoel a while (7-171) but accepted a better position in White Plains (16-87)

Sergeant Molison

4

222-223

RECURRING CHARACTER, he's constantly annoyed with Trixie's detective work

Police Chief Moran

8

134

Sergeant Rooney

10

69

Also p.112

BAD GUYS

Dapper Dick

3

225

Pickpocket

Louie

3

223

Dick's pal

Olyfant

4

125

Runs crummy hotel on Hawthorne Street

Tilney Britten

4

208

Fake Uncle Montague Wilson

Bull Thompson

7

156

Thief, sent to reform school

Snipe Thompson

7

223

Bull's uncle, had a bookie joint on Hawthorne Street, caught again (16-232) along with his wife and nephew

Luke

8

206

Member of Dan's old gang

Jones (Jonesy in #1 and 2)

16

232

Jim's step-father, tried to get Juliana's inheritance

Jones's niece

16

232

Impersonated Juliana

Oliver Trolliver

17

205

Thief, working with Dan's old gang (a.k.a. Dick Rycks, Miss Ryks)

Dan's old street gang

17

206

Thieves

Sammy (and his partner)

18

206

Thief, Miss Lawler's acquaintance

Al Finlay

19

205

Drug dealer (a.k.a. Manton), Dan knew him in the city

2 men (1 big, 1 little)

20

187

Roger Higgins

21

201

Extortion, related to kidnapping

Sax Jenner

21

200

Extortion, related to kidnapping

Alfred Dunham

26

208

Thief, was acting curator of Fine Arts Museum

Thea Van Loon

28

208

Auto theft, tax evasion, stealing treasure

2 divers, 1 with moustache

28

208

Accomplices to Thea Van Loon

Peter Ashbury

29

209

Jewellery fraud/smuggler

Margo Birch

30

207

The Midnight Marauder, thief, was a well known NY antique dealer

Lawrence Howard

31

203

fraud, impersonated David Maypenny

Lewis Gregory

32

209

Insurance fraud, previously and at Lisgard House

Simon Hunter

32

209

Crooked psychic investigator, Mr. Gregory's accomplice

Andy Kowalski

33

193

Worked for Henry Meiser, thief, committed assault

Laura Ramsay

34

196

Con artist

Mark McGraw

34

196

Con artist

James D. Sletton

35

176

Arson, insurance fraud

Carl Reid

36

171

Counterfeiter

Bill

36

171

Counterfeiter, Mr. Reid's accomplice

Third Man

36

171

Counterfeiter, Mr. Reid's accomplice

Paul Gale

37

183

Fraud, smuggling, corrupt anti-hunger crusader

Young blonde woman

37

183

Paul Gale's assistant

Professor Victor Conroy

38

175

Thief

Harry Kemp

38

175

Thief, Prof. Conroy's accomplice



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Place

Book

Page

Particulars

LANDMARKS

Sleepyside

1

14

Nestled among the rolling hills on the east bank of the Hudson River

Crabapple Farm, Manor House and Ten Acres

1

14

The 3 estates faced a quiet country road 2 miles from the village of Sleepyside

Crabapple Farm

1

14

Between Manor House and Ten Acres, nestled in a hollow, where the Beldens live

Manor House

1

14

Big estate which bounded the Belden property on the west, where the Wheelers live. (Its general description in most books is: luxurious estate with acres of rolling lawn and woodlands, a big lake and a stable of horses. It also has a "swimming pool" (14-16), and a bird sanctuary (7-21).

Ten Acres

1

14

On the eastern hill where old Mr. Frayne had lived, it burned to the ground (p.222) but the summerhouse did not burn (p.227) nor did the barn (21-140)

Mr. Maypenny's cabin

5

220

On a pie-shaped section consisting of 10 acres, smack in the middle of Mr. Wheeler's preserve, where Dan lives with Mr. Maypenny

Lynch mansion

2

209

A big place just outside of Sleepyside on the river

OR

9

17

Located just beyond Honey's (home), it's a four story mansion on a hill (17-47)

GLEN ROAD and VICINITY

Mr. Lytell's store

1

98

Trixie bikes to the store "about a mile away" (The store is closed on Tuesdays on account of being open Sundays, p.178)

Glen Road

1

187

First time name is used, previously referred to as just "the road"

Albany Post Road

2

22

Along the Hudson River

Hoyt Lane

3

165

Dead-end road, turn right at the end of Glen Road, then right again

Hoyts' farm house

3

165

The only house on Hoyt Lane

Catamount Hill

5

143

"That little purple mountain over there" (Trixie can see it from the game preserve)

Mrs. Vanderpoel's house

7

89

On a wandering road that led from Glen Road back about a mile through the woods to the fringe of the game preserve

Old schoolhouse

7

142/143

At the edge of the pie shaped clearing Mr. Maypenny owns... not more than 300 yards away is Maypenny's house (where Trixie, Jim and Brian found shelter in a blizzard)

Brom's house

7

219

Not 500 feet from the old schoolhouse

Martin's Marsh

10

24

About 1/2 mile east of Sleepyside, beyond the old Martin Manor House ruins, the city council wants to drain the marsh and put in an access road, p.167

Miss Rachel's cottage

10

58-59

A few hundred yards from Martin Manor ruins, the property is owned by the bank

Old road

10

104

Runs off Glen Road

Martin Manor House ruins

10

105

Off to the right of the old road

Dangerous bluffs

16

19

At the end of the wood trail, on the west boundary of the Wheeler preserve which ended only 10 feet away from the edge

Blue Heron Marsh

16

37

Just outside the city along the Hudson River, it was drained by International Pine Company of Montreal, Quebec, Canada (it's next to the dangerous bluffs)

Country Club

17

41

Glen Road Inn

17

97

Large brick house, very old and of Dutch design

Bobby's treehouse

18

33-34

"Deep in the woods..." there's a dead end road on the left (Louis Road) behind the trees

Louis Road

18

41

Dead end road behind the game preserve (named p.161)

Hartmans' house

19

64

On Glen Road

Abandoned house

20

41

On Old Telegraph Road, about halfway between Glen Road and Albany Post Road, to the north (the first rest stop on the bike-a-thon)

Old Dutch barn

21

148

On Old Telegraph Road, facing the game preserve, being remodeled

Sleepyside Hollow

26

39

A clearing on the other side of the woods, in the middle of which stood a house, there's also an old barn on a hill (p.163)

Harrison's Trail

30

97

Path named by B.W.G.'s

Dilapidated old shack

30

101

East of Harrison's Trail, on a trail that leads to Albany Post Road, behind is Sleepyside Hollow (p.112)

The Crimpers'

30

169

Their driveway is on Albany Post Road, a few doors down from Margo Birch (p.176)

Lisgard House

32

27

Situated close to Martin's Marsh, on Glen Road (p.117-118)

Mrs. De Keyser's house

36

17

Lives about a mile away on Glen Road

The Antique Barn

36

18

On Glen Road, right next door to Mrs. De Keyser's house, it's going to be a crafts store next (p.188)

Crow's Nest

38

68

"Right near here" (the burial ground dig)

SLEEPYSIDE

Main Street

4

17

Lynches used to live there in a crowded apartment

Hawthorne Street

4

125

Shady area of town, Olyfant had a crummy hotel and Snipe had a bookie joint there (7-157)

The Common

18

13

Balsam Street

21

171

The first street east of Hawthorne

Killifish Point

28

23

Part of Sleepyside, on the northern outskirts of town, it's off of Killifish Road which ends a few hundred yards from the river

Memorial Park

33

189

Glenwood Avenue

33

54

The miser was somewhere here

West Second Street

37

36

New location of Robert's Trophy Shop

South Tenth Street

37

61

Where the World Anti-Hunger Foundation was located

SLEEPYSIDE BUSINESSES

Sleepyside Sun

1

110

Newspaper (down the street from the police station, 19-48)

Happen Inn

1

147

First National Bank

3

14

Previously referred to just as "Sleepyside Bank" (1-14), where Trixie's father works

Junior-Senior High

3

18

Previously referred to just as "village school" (1-14)

Cameo

3

130

Movie theatre (16-33) (across the street from Wimpy's, 18-21)

Dog wagon

3

200

Place to eat (4-160)

Barber shop

3

206

(18-183)

Grade school

4

30

Where Bobby goes to school

Public Library

4

82

RECURRING (on the edge of the common, 18-174)

Crummy hotel

4

125

On Hawthorne Street

Lumberyard

5

15

Wimpy's

7

39

RECURRING PLACE, a narrow replica of a dining car, the Bob-Whites favourite hang-out for food

Storeroom

7

53

On Main Street, across from clothing store, the B.W.G.'s have their antique show here

Produce shop

7

110

Run by Hakaito brothers

Teen Town/Young Fair/Tearoom

7

163-165

Shops (Trixie "wanders in" suggesting a department store or mall)

Drugstore

7

225

Nearby the storeroom

Music Hall

10

36

Police Department (Courthouse)

10

67

Right across the street from Town Hall (18-92)

The Home

10

168

Church

10

208

(18-91)

Pool

13

28

New

Filling station

16

117

Across the street from the library

International Pine Company

16

37

Drained Blue Heron Marsh and built a furniture factory

Hospital

16

51

Bus station

16

223

Sporting goods store

17

68

Across the street from Wimpy's

Teed Moving Service

17

70

Occupied a warehouse on an alley behind Wimpy's

The Bride's Shop

17

137

Town Hall

18

18

Tall and narrow, two-story white clapboard building

Dress shop

18

91

Radio station

18

115

New brick and glass building on the outskirts of Sleepyside

Fire department

18

122

Doctor's office (Medical building)

18

133, 174

Across the common, directly across the street from the library

Gift shop

18

142

Nearby the police station

Engraving shop (Robert's Trophy Shop)

20

86

Run by Nick's father, next door to shoe repair shop (was explosion in basement, #35 and the shop is in a new location, #37)

Yard goods store

20

141

(material, not outdoor stuff)

Shoe repair shop

20

142

Juvenile home

22

25

Fine Arts Museum

26

70

Jonathan Crandall (deceased) used to be the curator (across street from hospital, p.124)

Vet office

29

51

The first floor of Dr. Samet's house was devoted to his practice

Crimper's Department Store

30

62

Old two-story building

Supermarket

31

36

(34-24)

International Pine Company (expansion)

31

208

In a big warehouse on the edge of town

Television station

32

140

Warehouses and boarded up shops

33

41

2 restaurants

33

78

On Glenwood Ave.

Laundromat

33

78

On Glenwood Ave.

Drug store

33

78

On Glenwood Ave.

Appliance warehouse

35

36

Next door to trophy shop, which exploded

Appliance store

35

125

Owned by Mr. Slettom

Shorty's Shoe Shop

35

150

Sleepyside Mall

37

44

Laid out like the letter I

Vet office

37

40

Run by Dr. Chang on the outskirts of town

World Anti-Hunger Foundation

37

61

75 South Tenth Street

O'Neil's Book Store

37

81

Next door to World Anti-Hunger Fdn. (shown on chapter picture)

Nordin's Jewellery Store

37

93

Cafe

37

108

Around the corner from Anti-Hunger Foundation

Sleepyside Inn

37

115

Historical Society

38

80

Very near the library



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