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Rising Hail Barn

Rising Hail Barn

Photographs

Horses and Colts in Pasture
Plan 125

Plan 125

Photographs

Cottage 2 Looking South
Rear of Plan 125

Rear of Plan 125

Photographs

Wood Garneaux

Wood Garneaux

Photographs

Plan 125

Plan 125

Photographs

Photograph of Walt Disney with Mickey Mouse

Photograph of Walt Disney with Mickey Mouse

Photographic File of the Paris Bureau of the New York Times

Men Working in Field
Rising Hail Barn

Rising Hail Barn

Photographs

Cottage

Cottage

Photographs

Kitchen at Ring Thunder
Unemployed Field

Unemployed Field

Photographs

Percy Kock Chicken House
John Colombe Feed Stacks
Rising Hail Barn

Rising Hail Barn

Photographs

Clarence Kindle Gilts
Field

Field

Photographs

Cace King and 4-H Garden
Kitchen at He Dog, Plan 301
Man with Cattle

Man with Cattle

Photographs

Henry Scisson's House
Cattle in Pen

Cattle in Pen

Photographs

Men and Teams of Horses
Rising Hail Community
Photograph of the Fratellini Clowns

Photograph of the Fratellini Clowns

Original caption: Famous Fratellini clowns bring Christmas joy to Berlin old aged home. Photographic File of the Paris Bureau of the New York Times

Drilling Well

Drilling Well

Photographs

Soldier Creek Women Sewing
Women Quilting at Hedog
Book Auto, Tompkins County, New York

Book Auto, Tompkins County, New York

Original caption:Visit to rural school, Ithaca, New York. Historical File of the Office of Information, Department of Agriculture

People Beside Field
John Columbe Barn
Plan 125

Plan 125

Photographs

Rosebud Fair Celebration
Rising Hail Community
Photograph of a Crow Creek Winter Scene

Photograph of a Crow Creek Winter Scene

Crow Creek Agency: Photographs

Horse Shown on Fairgrounds

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