"This hotel in New Glasgow, began as a real farm, with a big house to accommodate many families, the Rudy and Rosenberg groups. Necessity during hard times created a hotel, with smaller cabins alongside. One of the small cabins was called Westmount -- for the fancier people. This establishment was kept up until the 1950s, when St. Agathe started to pull vacationers away. It then became a private house again."
Michael Litvack, artist.