Mabel Critchley, in center, owned the Burnap Cottage on Sanibel's Woodring Point from 1935 to 1948. She was the sister of George Scoville, who owned it starting in 1917. The cottage is now a part of the Sanibel Historical Village and Museum.
George Scoville and Mabel Critchley at the Beach.
George Scoville and Mabel Critchley stand on the beach at Woodring Point near their Sanibel winter cottage. Scoville owned their cottage beginning in 1917, and his sister Mabel acquired it in the mid-30s.
Mabel Critchley and Sam Woodring.
Mabel Critchley and Sam Woodring sit in front of his porch on Sanibel's Woodring Point with a dog.