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Posted October 29, 2017, by Peter Margerum (opponopoly [at] gmail [dot] com)

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Posted October 29, 2017, by Peter Margerum (opponopoly [at] gmail [dot] com)

Partial rear wall collapse.

Posted October 20, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The pictures shown here are of the old state capitol, not the current state capitol which is listed on the NRHP and is a NHL.

Posted October 4, 2017, by Anonymous

This is Jefferson Lee Rowlett

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Posted October 4, 2017, by Anonymous

This is Jefferson Lee Rowlett

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Posted October 4, 2017, by Anonymous

Here are two pictures of the Rowlett house built I believe by my Grandfather's Great Uncle Jefferson Lee Rowlett.

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Posted October 4, 2017, by Brenda Rupe (brenda52501 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I was wondering if this Zirkle family is any relation of mine, my 3rd great grandmother was Christina Zirkle and her father was George Adam Zirkle.

Thank You,

Brenda Rupe Morgan

Posted September 24, 2017, by Sharon Spear (sweetsexysharon [at] gmail [dot] com)
Posted September 23, 2017, by audrey (skywatcher_one [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Taken 9/22/2017

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Posted September 9, 2017, by Tammy (Tammy_ware [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Such a beautiful house. Wish I had inherited it, I'd still be living there. RJ Dugger was my great grandfather. I used to be afraid to go upstairs. And I remember that there was a fireplace in every room. It's funny how small it seems to me now. I thought it was a huge castle. My great grandmother passed when I was 14 years old so I have lots of fond memories of playing in the yard and cutting snowball flowers to take home.

Posted August 30, 2017, by Jack Norris (jnorris0 [at] roadrunner [dot] com)

new roof and arch on south roof side

working on north side now

doing an real nice job

Posted August 22, 2017, by Ray Ingersoll (ray48861 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The Weippert Mill is owned by Pastor Dale Hanson

Posted August 17, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This marker is actually in Fannin County, Georgia, not Polk County, Tennessee. Historic Marker even states it was placed by the State of Georgia.

Posted August 14, 2017, by Robert O.Harper (annh5060 [at] aol [dot] com)

Mrs.Gloria (Rader) Fry told me that the Delaware school closed in 1957.

Posted August 14, 2017, by Robert O.Harper (annh5060 [at] aol [dot] com)

Mrs.Gloria (Rader) Fry told me that the Delaware school closed in 1957.

Posted August 14, 2017, by Robert O.Harper (annh5060 [at] aol [dot] com)

Mrs.Gloria (Rader) Fry told me that the Delaware school closed in 1957.

Posted August 11, 2017, by Lissa Link

Here are photos of the Leland Stanford's Law Office building on Main St., just up around the corner off of the main downtown Franklin St., Port Washington, Wisconsin. It was just east of The Port Hotel (once known as The Thill Hotel and later, The Mayer Hotel).

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Posted August 10, 2017, by Bill Eichelberger

That's the North Pole Covered Bridge. Eagle Creek has been gone over 20 years.

Posted August 9, 2017, by Kevin Peterson (amh_peterson [at] yahoo [dot] com)

actually at 38.749963, -83.773074

Posted August 3, 2017, by Edwin C. Cooper (edwin_c_cooper [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Samos was Cotton Belt Station 10 on the A Branch. This station was located 10.04 miles south of the Birds Point station. In 1935 the Samos station had a capacity of four freight cars on side tracks.

Posted August 3, 2017, by Edwin C. Cooper (edwin_c_cooper [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Per the Cotton Belt Employee Time Table No. 10 dated August 18, 1935 Luby was at milepost 3.34 of the A Branch. This point was 3.34 miles south of Birds Point which was at milepost 0. Luby was known as Station Number 3 and had capacity of five freight cars on side tracks.

The Cotton Belt's A Branch was the 57.92 miles of track between Birds Point and Malden, MO.

Posted August 1, 2017, by Roy (Cess)

Ima dad ran that place 1972 to 1975 and I worked there in school as a part time janitor.

Posted August 1, 2017, by MIchael (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

None of the pictures for this landmark are located in the Green Street-Brenau Historic District. They are located downtown in the Gainesville Commercial Historic District.

Posted August 1, 2017, by MIchael (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This should be in Habersham County, GA, not Hall County, GA.

Posted July 31, 2017, by Robin (rbennett [at] buttecounty [dot] net)

The Nelson Bar bridge spanned the West Branch of the Feather River until Oroville Dam was built. It was submerged under Lake Oroville. A fishing ramp and parking area are now near the old bridge on Nelson Bar Road, now renamed Lime Saddle Rd, Paradise, CA. This is in the Lime Saddle Recreation Area of Lake Oroville, CA. It is a pretty area of the lake.

Posted July 26, 2017, by Laurie Walton (lauriedbluw [at] aol [dot] com)

This is my Uncle John's and Aunt Dorothy's home. John was very involved in the designing. Dorothy's father Henry Neuhoff lived with them there after his wife died in an automobile accident.I spent many childhood days there: Christmasses,Easter Egg hunts,family dinners. Dorothy took me hiking with her in Percy Warner Park. We spent many a family Sunday afternoon there. As a child I was fascinated with how Dorothy had a button under the carpet in the dining room. She would step on it and the server would appear. I don't know if the subsequent owners changed the interior of the house. It was very avant garde with use of glass brick two stories high by the entrance stairs. It was a six acre plot on Chickering Road.The inspiration I believe was Art Deco.John died shortly after being promoted to President of Cain Sloan Department Stores.John, Dorothy, and Mr. and Mrs. Neuhoff are buried in Calvary Cemetery in Nashville and in the same Neuhoff plot is my mother, Eleanor Dubuisson Fossick.I believe I have some photos of when my children and I visited there in the 1970s and early 1980s which I may add later.

Posted July 25, 2017, by Ron Bennett (rtj03 [at] att [dot] net)

Researched about my ancestry and found out my grandmother Lillian Yeakel married Charles Henry Bennett. My father is Earl Patrick Bennett and mother Thelma Mayer Bennett. On Wed. July 25,2017 my wife and I are driving from Louisville to Brandenburg to pay a visit to home. Just needed a history/ancestry fix

Posted July 24, 2017, by Jay Bissell (jay_54714 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I went by July 17, 2017 and this has been demolished.

Posted July 20, 2017, by Chuck calderone (chuckcalderonejr [at] gmail [dot] com)

I helped start work on this house in 1972-1973. Good to see it has progressed to this condition

Posted July 15, 2017, by Bob (bobcooper60 [at] gmail [dot] com)

A drawing of Gower Springs Resort- Gainesville Ga. Dates of operation are given as 1880-1920. It was located off Thompson Bridge Road.

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Posted July 10, 2017, by Bill Eichelberger

Thanks for pointing that out. I made the city change.

Posted July 10, 2017, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Per the NRHP Nomination form for the Union Downtown Historic District, it was built ca. 1902.

Posted July 10, 2017, by Helen (countryrefuge [at] gmail [dot] com)

Grew up south of this a few miles and remember getting glimpses of this from my school bus in the 50's & 60's. Moved back to the area in 1994-2001. I looked this cemetery up and visited it many times during those years. The atmosphere for me was melancholy and a place to reflect on time and change. Each grave held an untold story that I wished I could hear on the breeze. THANK YOU so much for finally obtaining Pioneer Cemetery status for this!

Posted July 10, 2017, by Anne (damoonldy [at] aol [dot] com)

Warwick, OK is located between Wellston, OK and Chandler, OK. It is just East of the intersection of 177 and Hwy 66. I cannot think of any reason one would give directions to find it by referencing Meeker.

Posted July 10, 2017, by Anne (damoonldy [at] aol [dot] com)

I believe you mean, Pioneer Camp and Wellston, OK, not Warwick, OK.

I think the rooms have been gone for some time now and the main building had a facade added many years ago. It was a local barbeque for quite a long time. Don't know the condition of the building interior, the last restaurant closed due to a fire. But Butcher's Barbecue Stand is just to the east of that building in the area of the parking lot and the old "cabins".

Posted July 7, 2017, by Frank G. Hill (hillfg [at] hotmail [dot] com)

My grandmother owned this from 1946-1966, her name was Marion W. Richardson. I would like to meet someone to visit a place I spent many wonderful childhood days. I have some pictures when she owned it if you would be interested. I and my brothers and my sister are happy that the place is still there. Thank you Frank G. Hill

Posted June 27, 2017, by Anonymous

This is in Ingham County

16601 AIRPORT Rd

Lansing, Michigan 48906

Posted June 26, 2017, by Saint Louis Zoo (sweetsexysharon [at] gmail [dot] com)

There's a fairly detailed article at this link about the village of Cook Station:

http://files.usgwarchives.net/mo/crawford/history/towns/cook.txt

Posted June 19, 2017, by C Gehman (gehmanc2000 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Cathy:

According to the NHRP Registration Form for this house it was sold to an Alonzo L. Jaqua in 1909.

Posted June 19, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I visited the location in person last weekend and have posted the correct picture of this building.

Posted June 19, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I was actually there and I can now confirm that the HABS pictures are not the correct pictures. I have posted a picture of the correct building.

Posted June 16, 2017, by Cathy (ccondron [at] sbcglobal [dot] net)

Apparently our great great grandfather built this historic house. It is also called the Votaw-Jacqua House but I can't find any history why it would be named that. Is Jacqua French maybe for Jonas?

Posted June 16, 2017, by Bruce Beam (Centerfield_bb [at] yahoo [dot] com)

My great-great grandfathers home

Posted June 12, 2017, by Sharon Spear (sweetsexysharon [at] gmail [dot] com)

If you are a history buff, this link has a lot of history about the Garden and Henry Shaw.

http://www.mobot.org/mobot/archives/default.asp

The "Historical Timeline" is excellent reading. It covers from 1800 to 2010.

Posted June 12, 2017, by Sharon Spear (sweetsexysharon [at] gmail [dot] com)

This park was created by Henry Shaw, the same man that created the Missouri Botanical Garden.

https://www.towergrovepark.org/

If you visit the above link, be sure to read the "Our History" and the FAQS in the "About Us" section. Henry Shaw did a lot for the city of St. Louis.

I love the old photos that are posted above. But I can't visit the park without my camera.

http://www.pbase.com/sharonmsphotos/tower_grove_park

Posted June 12, 2017, by Sharon Spear (sweetsexysharon [at] gmail [dot] com)

I haven't been there since 2008. Perhaps it's time for another visit.

http://www.pbase.com/sharonmsphotos/laumeier_sculpture_park

Posted June 11, 2017, by Sharon Spear (sweetsexysharon [at] gmail [dot] com)

Coral Court even has it's own website.

http://www.coralcourt.com/main.html

Posted June 11, 2017, by Sharon Spear (sweetsexysharon [at] gmail [dot] com)
Posted June 11, 2017, by Sharon Spear (sweetsexysharon [at] gmail [dot] com)
Posted June 10, 2017, by Sharon Spear (sweetsexysharon [at] gmail [dot] com)
Posted June 1, 2017, by Sheila O'Toole (shejoe3d [at] msn [dot] com)

This is our family home. I got information that Karl Malone somehow managed to obtain permission to demolish the house to expand his car dealership. HOW is this possible? Who did he pay off to get a waiver??? This is a total outrage. This is a pioneer home, well over 120 years old and critical to the history of Heber and the surrounding area.

BTW, Malone's car dealership in Heber rates an F from the BBB. Go figure, if you have enough money you don't have to follow the rules.

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Posted June 1, 2017, by Anonymous

I would like to thank you for picking the Moss house to be on your site. Its the oldest man made structure left standing in our town. We are proud that its not only our local landmark. But its a regional Land mark. The House was built by Colonel Rufus Lafayette Moss Sr. He did a lot in his life time. This house was built as his second home/summer house.It's the fourth oldest house in Rabin County Georgia. He built the Tallulah Falls Railroad from Athens Georgia to Franklin North Carolina. The railroad arrived in Tallulah Falls in 1882. R L Moss sr. And 4 other

Men went to the state of Georgia legislature in 1885 to Incorporate the town of Tallulah Falls. On October 7

1885 the legislature gave Moss another victory. The town was officially incorporated by the state of Georgia. So the house represents alot of accomplishment by our hero.

Colonel Rufus Lafayette Moss St. Thank you for allowing me to tell you part of his story.

Posted June 1, 2017, by Bill Eichelberger
Posted May 30, 2017, by Gerald Farren (gfarren6 [at] aol [dot] com)

May have housed Shepard's Photography, circa 1890.

Posted May 30, 2017, by Gerald Farren (gfarren6 [at] aol [dot] com)

May have housed Shepard's Photography, circa 1890.

Posted May 30, 2017, by Charles D Anderson (cdanderson1000 [at] gmail [dot] com)

I just found this website. Thank you for providing it

CD Anderson

Posted May 25, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

It lost it's NRHP designation as well.

Posted May 24, 2017, by Brian Manville

Army Corps of Engineers contemplates tearing out lightly used locks, dams on upper Allegheny

http://triblive.com/local/valleynewsdispatch/11903594-74/dams-locks-corps

Posted May 24, 2017, by Brian Manville

Army Corps of Engineers contemplates tearing out lightly used locks, dams on upper Allegheny

http://triblive.com/local/valleynewsdispatch/11903594-74/dams-locks-corps

Posted May 24, 2017, by Brian Manville

Army Corps of Engineers contemplates tearing out lightly used locks, dams on upper Allegheny

http://triblive.com/local/valleynewsdispatch/11903594-74/dams-locks-corps

Posted May 24, 2017, by Brian Manville

Army Corps of Engineers contemplates tearing out lightly used locks, dams on upper Allegheny

http://triblive.com/local/valleynewsdispatch/11903594-74/dams-locks-corps

Posted May 24, 2017, by Brian Manville

Army Corps of Engineers contemplates tearing out lightly used locks, dams on upper Allegheny

http://triblive.com/local/valleynewsdispatch/11903594-74/dams-locks-corps

Posted May 18, 2017, by Dorothy Hays Newberry (1988hays [at] gmail [dot] com)

I believe that I have a badge worn by my Father, Albert M. Hays that says Sherman Machine and Iron Works. It has the

#34 on it. Do you know if that refers to his employee # or does it refer to the year 1934?

Would love to visit with someone that knows when it was closed etc.

Dorothy Newberry

Posted May 13, 2017, by Chet Gehman (gehmanc2000 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Correct. The photos are of the McBird House at 2225 Downing Street. Denver landmark #208.

Posted May 13, 2017, by Ruth Jarles (r [dot] jarles [at] gmail [dot] com)

this picture is NOT the Palmer-Ferril House. I lived in the ferril house for about 2 years. This is NOT it.

Posted May 10, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I don't believe the pictures on this page from HABS are of the correct building.

Posted May 9, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This is the same landmark as the Plaza Theater.

Posted May 8, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Sorry about that. Based on the info I saw from the Shepard Street-South Road Street Historic District NRHP Nomination and the Street View, I drew that conclusion. I will change the Street View to show the "intact" theater! Sorry!!!!

Michael

Posted May 7, 2017, by Gerald Iacovetto (pburgerbo [at] hotmail [dot] com)

I have a connection to the area, My great grandmother was a Deaton then married a Bob Bolen guessing around the 1900's or before, they ended up in McDougal Ark. with several sons and one daughter,my grandma Dessie Bolen-Gribble. Also a great uncle named Charlie Robinson fron Reno who had some children . Do not know much else except hearing my grandparents speak of the area called Heelstring.

Posted May 6, 2017, by Anonymous

One more service I graciously provide with a smile. :)

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Posted May 3, 2017, by Randy Overton (jk7245 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Unless they demolished it earlier today, it is still there.

Posted May 1, 2017, by Bill Eichelberger

Not even the landmarks are safe from the mad punster. ;-)

Posted April 29, 2017, by John Korchok (jkorchok [at] gmail [dot] com)

The historical address is 126 Werimus Road, but a new fence and planting on that side of the house make it invisible from Werimus Road. Instead, enter 6 Arigot Court into Google maps. This approaches the house from the other side, where you can still see it.

Posted April 27, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The pictures from HABS shown above are not of the correct Riggs National Bank building. The Street View shows the correct building.

Posted April 27, 2017, by Don Morrison

Church will be replaced. photos to come.

Posted April 24, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Don't know how I managed to do this, but I accidentally added this as Allegheny County when it should really be Fayette County.

Posted April 24, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This is actually in Washington County, not Greene County.

Posted April 17, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This theater should be in the Independent City of Alexandria and not in Fairfax County.

Posted April 17, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This should be in the Independent City of Alexandria and not Fairfax County.

Posted April 15, 2017, by Andrea lammey (Andrealammey [at] gmail [dot] com )

I have a very nice original painting of this place. If the current owner would be interested in having it. Please have he/she contact me.

Posted April 12, 2017, by Alexandra Zachariadis (Purplespookyollie [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Will this house ever be for sale? And if not what are the plans for this house?

Posted April 9, 2017, by Thomas Ramstack (bayernimmigrant [at] aol [dot] com)

I posted a photograph earlier today. I have attached a second "postcard" image entitled, "Children's Home, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin." Can you tell me something about this building? I don't recall ever having seen it. It seems like a much larger structure than the older building designated as the "The Children's Home..." Thank You Again, Best Regards, Tom Ramstack, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Posted April 9, 2017, by Thomas Ramstack (bayernimmigrant [at] aol [dot] com)

I have attached a photo of my grandmother, Helen Phillips, of Muskego, posing with a group of young orphans, on what looks like a fairly cold day at the County Home for Dependent Children (circa 1915). I'm attempting to identify the building. Could it be the same building you feature, perhaps taken from the back side? Hope you enjoy this addition to your collection!!! Best Regards, Tom Ramstack, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Posted April 2, 2017, by John Roberts (jodyroberts [at] gmail [dot] com)

Destroyed by fire Sunday April 2, 2017.

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Posted March 28, 2017, by Patsy Neal (bereanpatti [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I remember going with my Grandmother (Levoi Barton) to do the laundry in Jaybuckle. There was a laundromat right across the street from the Spring. The man that lived there and ran the laundry would come out and help us kids get a good start on the rope swings. This would have been in the early 1960's.

Posted March 23, 2017, by Thomas A. Bullen (bullenthomasa [at] gmail [dot] com)

The photo you show is correctly named the the Joseph Tatnall house however it is 1801 N. Market Street, Old Brandywine Village (Wilmington), DE not Newport, Delaware.

Posted March 18, 2017, by Sue sellers (James sellers1501 [at] comcast [dot] com)

My grandmother was Annie Mae Clements whose mother was Caroline Crowder. Her father ,Mark Crowder, bought the home and moved it there from Stinson. My mother, Frances Kimbrough was born there and spent many enjoyable times visiting there. I love in Dothan Al.

Posted March 10, 2017, by Max H. Yount (maxyount [at] gmail [dot] com)

I am looking for rules and criteria about applying to do roof repairs of 745 Church Street.

Max Yount, private owner

Posted March 7, 2017, by Sue Ann Sparks (sueann [dot] sparks [at] att [dot] net)

Okay Hotel Sparks enthusiasts, I am on the job. I do believe one my relatives, possibly my great-great grandfather - or perhaps one of his siblings - built this hotel. I live in Okmulgee and because I am so interested in learning the history of this building I will share my findings with you.

Posted March 6, 2017, by MIchael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

The pictures are not the correct George Hildreth House. On the HABS link, the address is 17 Jackson Street, Cape May, where the George Hildreth House referenced in this entry is located at 731 Seashore Road, Lower Twp., NJ. These pictures could be used, however, on the Cape May Historic District page.

Posted March 2, 2017, by RCB (no [at] test [dot] com)

This was torn down but I'm not sure when -- the bank building is visible in the left of the photo. Really too bad that it wasn't perserved!

https://www.google.com/maps/place/307+2nd+St,+Hudson,+WI+54016/@44.9732641,-92.7567523,3a,75y,298.32h,80.7t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sNQoaus0qc6DVdLY7aJw6TQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x9d30bbb812dd47e9!8m2!3d44.9732616!4d-92.7570602!6m1!1e1

Posted March 2, 2017, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Yes, it's already been gutted and approval was given just last week for it's demolition. The necessary funds to save the house were not even close to being met:

http://www.goupstate.com/news/20170224/spartanburgs-historic-bon-haven-mansion-to-be-demolished

Posted February 25, 2017, by Carol Kistler-Seymore (rubytues85 [at] bellsouth [dot] net)

Is it true??? The city issued a permit for demolition!?!? Can nothing be done to save this grand old historic beauty??? So sad...

Posted February 25, 2017, by Jennie Howell (howjk6 [at] comcast [dot] net)

This is the home place of my great-grandmother. My mother lived here with her for a time as a small child. I would certainly love to know who owns the property now.

Posted February 25, 2017, by Chet Gehman (gehmanc2000 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

My first visit to this mill was on May 3, 1980, when I and other members of the Southern New England Chapter, S.I.A. met to clean out the wheelpit of trash and lumber. The Joshua Tract had recently purchased the building, and were planning a restoration before opening it as a museum.

Posted February 25, 2017, by Lugnuts

Grab a camera and start shooting it and submit your pics to the webmaster. That's how all the rest of the volunteers got started up here!

Posted February 24, 2017, by Nola Yovich (nojovic [at] aol [dot] com)

Please post some photos of this grand edifice

Posted February 11, 2017, by KodakMoment (cndy5872 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I have lots of information that I found about this house. If you are interested, please email me. Thanks!

Posted February 7, 2017, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This mill is definitely shut down and has not been operational since 1976. A vast majority of it has been demolished as a major fire ravaged it in 2000, right before I moved here. Perhaps you are thinking of the Mayo Mill in Rockingham County, NC? (http://www.chriscrowder.com/avalon/story4.php)

Posted February 6, 2017, by Bill Eichelberger

The mill is or the name is? That's a pretty dead looking structure in Michael's picture.


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