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Description: William Fiebelkorn and his wife Anna stand at a fence on their farm. William is holding a toddler. The house, the barn, several outbuildings and a windmill...
Description: A large group of men are using log poles to pull the side of a new timber framed barn up to meet the roof line.
Description: A smiling grandfather has his arm around a toddler granddaughter. A toddler boy is standing next to them. They are surrounded by chickens, and behind them...
Description: Gathering of men at a “Shport [sic] Outing”. The men are standing around a barbecue pit, preparing a feast of fish and corn.
Description: Four men pause in their work of building a new, large barn. They are all wearing hats for protection from the sun.
Description: Three men sitting on the ground next to a horse-drawn wagon are having lunch. Two of them have jugs; one is holding a cup. All three are wearing work cloth...
Description: View across barnyard towards five men on the William Fiebelkorn farm working with a wagon and conveyor belt to load hay into a silo. The barn has a stone f...
Description: An early wood chipper with belts and a steam engine is closely watched by the William Fiebelkorn farm workers. The postcard is addressed to Anna Fiebelkorn...
Description: A large group of men pause briefly in their work of raising this large timber framed barn.
Description: Behind a barbed wire fence a man is splitting log rounds into barrel staves. The staves are stacked neatly to dry.
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