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Description: A tree-lined road the locals know as Lover's Lane.
Description: Jeffie Duncan, winner of first prize in corn contest, and calf, Lawn Mower, stand before tent exhibiting the Boys Corn Club Contest.
Description: Group portrait of children in costume posed on the back of a truck decorated with streamers for the Cheese Day Parade. Some of the children hold handwritte...
Description: Quonset hut at Len's Feed and Fuel, North Third Street at East Furnace Street.
Description: Canal Street with the businesses that were built after the fire. Ford stepside truck on the left side of the photo. Businesses with three Coca-cola signs...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Field of corn with steep bluffs in the background.
Date: 1961-08-19 ca.
Description: Several wrecked automobiles lay on the edge of a wooded area. Shrubs grow around, and in, the automobile remains.
Description: A man weighs a milk can on an old scale at the Pet Milk Company.
Description: Display of student work including drawings, maps, and essays.
Description: This map of Nelson Dewey State Park shows the park layout, points of interest, facilities, campgrounds, roads, railroads, and the Mississippi River. Relief...
Date: date unknown
Description: Color postcard of a covered bridge at Stonefield Village with a horse bus passing through it.
Description: Studio portrait of three generations of a family.
Description: View from across the road of a large group of people on the front lawn of the Union High School during the second annual fair.
Description: The horse, with a man holding him by a lead, is standing in a meadow with chickens and a fence in the background.
Description: Studio group portrait in front of a painted backdrop of the Gillett children, left to right: Sherry (b. 1913), Lorin (b. 1915), and Harry (b. 1910).
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: View from across the street of Nelson Dewey's home.
Description: The village, founded by Delos W. Taft, had its name changed to Bloomington in 1867. It had been named Tafton.
Description: View down unpaved street of a row of storefronts.
Description: Farm Security Administration county supervisor going over farm plan with a rehabilitation borrower as his family looks on.
Description: The Howe/Baxter House in Lancaster, owned by Mrs. and Mrs. W. C. Cartwright of Lancaster. One wing was built during Civil War days for the Howe family. T...
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