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Description: Cabins for employees of the Interstate Construction Company working near Richland Center and Boaz. Road construction sites were frequently far from accommo...
Description: View down road towards a car parked in front of the cheese factory.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two men, two boys on horses, and two girls pose in front of a feed barn.
Description: View down road towards a man and woman riding in a carriage pulled by a team of horses past the City Hotel.
Description: Family posing outside the Boaz Hotel by A.H. Berry. The two-story hotel features a balcony, porch, and a wooden walkway.
Description: An isolated shack that was formerly an antique dealer's store.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Three men stand, in three-piece suits and hats, in front of the Gotham train depot.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: View looking down Main Street, filled with pedestrians and horse-drawn vehicles.
Description: The municipal sand-bottomed swimming pool was a popular spot to cool off in the summer months.
Description: Dwellings on shoreline of a pond.
Description: An intersection with a general store on the left. Two men stand outside the store. There are three horses and wagons on the right and one on the left.
Description: View across road of school children and a man and a woman standing in front of the two-story public school. There is a bell tower above the entrance. A num...
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: West Side Footbridge.
Date: 1960-07-03 ca.
Description: View down curving sidewalk of new housing development with a main street of dirt, and box-like, one-story homes.
Description: Ada [& friend] Charlie. Ada pretends to shoot an apple from the head of her friend Charlie, who poses with arms folded. There is a painted backdrop behind...
Description: A view of the central business district from the end of a bridge. The post office on the right with a small group of men and children in front. An automobi...
Description: Informal studio portrait of Ada James holding a gun, and her father, David G. James in a hat, with four other people dressed in pioneer-type costumes. A wo...
Description: Exterior of a creamery. Smoke rises from its tall chimney.
Description: This 1911 map from the U.S. Post Office Department shows rural delivery routes, active and discontinued post offices, selected rural landowners and houses,...
Description: View down a pedestrian walkway constructed of wooden slats.
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