I have an old postcard of the Gillett Hotel, a.k.a. South Creek Center
House, that was located on the Northeast corner of Route 14 and Thompson
Hill Road, in Gillett, Bradford, PA. The hotel is described and pictured
in the 1833-1983 South Creek Sesquicentennial booklet and it's also described
in a 1914 newspaper article of the Troy-Gazette Register.
The aforementioned postcard was never mailed, i.e., it has no postmark.
However, the style and content of my grandfather's writing on the back
of the postcard suggests that the postcard was issued in the 1900-1910
timeframe. My grandfather, Lester Newell, Sr., resided in Gillett from
about 1905 until 1920.
Incidently, the Gillett store postcard on your Tri-Counties page http://www.rootsweb.com/~pabradfo/bradsby/socrkhcb.htm
is the Dewey Brothers store, later owned and operated by Strong and
French; the store's history is also contained in the sesquicentennial booklet.
Paul E. Newell