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Posted December 6, 2022, by Anonymous

Based on the overhead view on Google, there is something at 47.28479372219757, -109.4539137859462

Posted November 29, 2022, by Roxane Stafford (roxanestafford [at] me [dot] com)

Hi, my great grandparents were married and had three chikdren in Kendall; my great grandfather, James Daniel Stafford, died there when he was only 23. Would love to find out if Kendall had a cemetery.

Posted November 29, 2022, by Connie Bouquet (nanas3boys2 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Any info on Naples would be greatly appreciated

Posted November 27, 2022, by T Stidham (rarebirdclt [at] icloud [dot] com)

I am wondering who now owns this building as it has sat empty for so many years now. Would love to see it repurposed.

Posted November 23, 2022, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

That's a shame. I knew it was a matter of time, though. I used to live in Cooley Springs, but moved to Reidville, SC in 2018, so I wasn't aware, but not surprised. Thanks!

Posted November 21, 2022, by John G (lamana2004 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Michael, thanks for posting these pictures. The farmhouse has been demolished and is gone without a trace in November 2022.

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Posted November 15, 2022, by Anonymous

Understandable. :) I have a theory that they must have bought an awning from Blau's Four Mile House down the street, but in the end who knows. Here's some information for Blau's Four Mile House; you'll be able to see that it corresponds to 6745 Four Mile Pike.

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Posted November 12, 2022, by Benjamin Brackman (benjamin0001 [at] ymail [dot] com)

The old Akron Public Library Carnegie Building was only used as a library from 1904 until 1942.

Posted November 7, 2022, by Bill Eichelberger

This is a screen grab of the awning. It's what I based my ID on.

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Posted November 7, 2022, by Bill Eichelberger

I thought that was the Leick House.

Posted November 7, 2022, by Patrick Blau (blau [dot] patrick [at] yahoo [dot] com)

According to the National Register of Historic Places, the photo you are showing is not actually of Blau's Four Mile House. It's further down the road from the one you are showing. THIS is a picture of Blau's Four Mile House, located at 6745 Four Mile Road, Melbourne, Kentucky.

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Posted October 27, 2022, by Brett (bratell [at] chartermi [dot] net)

According to Google Earth, this one is a thing of the past too unfortunately.

Posted October 26, 2022, by colleen Preston (idatnsc [at] gmail [dot] com)

I am looking for the present owner of the gunnell house

My grandmother was Gertrude Ruth Gunnell. I have heard stories of gatherings here when she was young

could anyone help me out on information on this house??

Posted October 14, 2022, by William Miller (millerbilly [at] live [dot] com)

Charles Downs II house is Located last house on Bowie Dr 3/4 miles off of Grade road off of rt#11 in Marlowe, WV 25419. (Used to be known as "McKnown Road"). Can be seen from I81 heading south during the winter when the leaves fall off the trees. The drive way is @ 1/4 mile long and has @ 9.67 Ac.

Posted October 14, 2022, by Kat (tigger [at] proton [dot] com)

FYI, Hook's Tavern just burned down to the ground!!! Oct 12-14, 2022, it was arson.

Historic Lancaster County, SC Courthouse and Museum
Posted September 30, 2022, by Ann Christie (acdc [at] comporium [dot] net)

Thank you for the page on the Historic Courthouse in Lancaster, SC. Your first sentence needs a date and a grammatical correction: "The historic building served as a court house from the time it opened it's door CORRECTION: ITS DOORS in 1928 CORRECTION: 1828 until August, 2008 when an arsonist set fire to it."


-Ann Christie


Lancaster County Historical Commission

Operating the Historic Courthouse Museum

Posted September 29, 2022, by chris J Varela (cvarela [at] settlerscreek [dot] com)

I have many historical photos of this amazing property I have had a privilege to own and live on for 40+ years. My name is Chris Varela 208-929-2507 cvarela@settlerscreek.com

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Posted September 29, 2022, by Bill Eichelberger

Yeah, I missed that at first. Good to see that they didn't take that particular landmark.

Posted September 28, 2022, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Only the sign remains (for now). Just like so many other Rte. 66 icons.

Posted September 25, 2022, by Bill Eichelberger (wallyum [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Sorry to see this gone.

Posted September 22, 2022, by Bill Eichelberger

I combined the two Conoco Tower Station profiles and turned this one into a Mobil Service Station profile. I moved the pics to the remaining profile.

Posted September 18, 2022, by Kim Daniels (kimdaniels [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Our family owned this house from about 1900 to ca. 1967. I spent several Christmases there in late 40

's and early 50's

Posted September 17, 2022, by Jonathan C Monroe (atcsuperman864 [at] gmail [dot] com)

I didn't see any engines at the crash site, unless they buried them. I was up there just yesterday.

Posted September 15, 2022, by Anonymous

I went to Andin 1st and part ok 2nd grade, 1949 I think. Who was the teacher that resided across the road in the big white house? She paddled me almost every day just for making mud slides down the hill behind the school and coming in muddy after recess. Edward A. Porter from Rock Camp. (edwardporter@roadrunner.com) I now live in Richmond, Ky.

Posted September 14, 2022, by Michael Miller (michael_a_miller [at] yahoo [dot] com)
Posted September 7, 2022, by Jon Renberg (Jon [at] rtisca [dot] com)

Hi, I am researching C. W. Cushing. Does anyone know what his spouse’s first name was? Thank you. Jon Renberg

Posted September 7, 2022, by Les Vandever (les [dot] vandever [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Any information available on this old school? It's still about the same condition as pictured as of September of 2022. Weeds are so tall it's difficult to see currently.

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Posted September 6, 2022, by Nathan Holth (webmaster [at] historicbridges [dot] org)


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Posted September 4, 2022, by Anonymous


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Posted September 3, 2022, by Bill Lev (bill_Lev [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I completed the registration, and posted yesterday what I would like to add. What do I do now? Thanks.,

Pioneer Gravesite and the end of the Bozeman Trsil
Posted September 2, 2022, by Bill Lev (bill_lev [at] yahoo [dot] com)


My name’s Bill and I‘m a member of the Virginia City Preservation Alliance located in Virginia City, Montana. We’re a nonprofit dedicated to preserving and restoring our great local history staring with the Alder Gulch gold rush of 1863.

Our web site is virginiacitypreservationalliance.com.

We’re responsible for multiple historic sites. The Hangman’s Building ((Virginia City, MT) and Robbers Roost/ Lindetman Cabin (Sheridan, MT) are already in you list of historic landmarks.

I would like to add 2 more landmarks. The Pioneer Gravesite (Sheridan, but closer to the historic town of Laurin) and the end of the Bozeman Trail where it entered Virginia City in 1863.

Thank you!

Posted August 28, 2022, by Bill Eichelberger


Posted August 24, 2022, by Roger Stoddard (railsrog [at] gmail [dot] com)

I have a photo of the locomotive at this location painted black with Duke Power written on the side of the locomotive. This was prior to it being painted green and yellow for the fictional Milltowne Railway. It is sad that the New Haven passenger car was destroyed.

Posted August 23, 2022, by C Gehman

You would have to contact the City of Cape Girardeau for that information. The house is not listed on the National Register, but is listed on the local register. See attached PDF file. Good luck.

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Posted August 23, 2022, by Sandra Briney (Sbriney77 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Where can I find history about this house?

We live in Fulton Missouri and just came across this post.

Doug and Sandra Briney

Posted August 23, 2022, by Steven Schlink (schlink [at] mindspring [dot] com)

I can offer first hand knowledge, that the Raoul House was NOT "demolished" but was completely destroyed by fire in 1991 of suspicious origin since there were no utilities connected.

Developer John Portman was seeking to demolish the house to construct a high rise building.

Posted August 22, 2022, by Ron Sasso (ron [dot] sasso1 [at] gmail [dot] com)

I've attached a recent photo of the Cassidy House. I am the current owner and love it! It is a rare Lustron Newport, 2 bedroom model. There were only 24 Newport models ever made and this is the only one of its kind in South Dakota.

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Posted August 15, 2022, by Rachel (Campbell)

I would like to note that Union Church also served as a school. I attended kindergarten there in 1978, at which time it was called White School Kindergarten.

Posted August 12, 2022, by allen hall (pergatory1957 [at] hotmail [dot] com)

built march 1938

Posted August 11, 2022, by Virginia Crowell Phillips (ginni126 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This also appears to be my great grandmother's house. My mother was a Houdlette by birth. By chance was there a cemetary at the back of the property? I think we are cousins.

Posted August 8, 2022, by Grove Ayers (grove [dot] ayers [at] gmail [dot] com)

As a child, I lived in San Mateo from 1969-1975. I think this was the theatre downtown where I used to go to a summer series of throwback movies. There was a serial, a newsreel and then a double feature of old films from the 1930s-1950s. All for like $1 every Saturday.

Does anyone remember this? Or was it perhaps a different old theatre? (I'm almost positive it was down on 25th).

Posted July 27, 2022, by Eric Butler (email4edb [at] gmail [dot] com)

Many years ago there was the Whitticar Funeral Parlor in Canton. Was this building the funeral home?

Posted July 26, 2022, by John Voss (VossJ [at] Comcast [dot] net)

The BFTS based at Ponca City also utilized several "auxiliary" airfields in support of their flight training. Can you provide me with the names of these auxiliary airfields? I need this information for my website which is www.fuselagecodes.com

Thanking you in advance,

John Voss

Pittsburgh, PA

Posted July 26, 2022, by Anonymous
Posted July 23, 2022, by Theresa Fregeau (theresasabo576 [at] gmail [dot] com)

This was my grandparents barn - Joseph and Cecille Latimer. When I close my eyes I can still smell the inside of the barn and hear the milking machines. So many great memories. I have a picture of my brother and I standing on the hay trailer behind the tractor ca. 1960. I would love to see more pictures of the farm if you have any. Thanks for sharing!

Terri Fregeau

Posted July 20, 2022, by Anonymous

The Captain

Posted July 19, 2022, by B J Everett (bjeverett [at] gabn [dot] net)

Who Looks after The Tennille Woman's Clubhouse

132 Smith St., Tennille, Georgia

Posted July 14, 2022, by John Reidy (jmreidy [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Good News! This unique house has been saved from the wrecking ball! Visit this site to see a detailed account of its restoration.


Posted July 13, 2022, by Robin Untz (lakemillsaztalanhistorical [at] gmail [dot] com)

Hi just wanted to suggest an update to the Aztalan museum info. We are open now the first weekend of June through the last weekend of September. We can accept Paypal payments through our website now and have a QR code in admissions to make the process a bit more simple, with no internet connection that was one of few options for us to accept credit cards/ online payments.

For more information visit our website at www.lakemillsaztalanhistory.com

Posted July 12, 2022, by Mark Rhodes (mrhodes14772 [at] gmail [dot] com)

This bridge has been demolished (observed July 12, 2022).

Posted July 11, 2022, by joyce summa (jjcs146 [at] aol [dot] com)

Would the town consider selling the old branchville rd. school house and for how much?

Posted July 11, 2022, by joyce summa (jjcs146 [at] aol [dot] com)

Would the town consider selling the old branchville rd. school house and for how much?

Posted July 8, 2022, by Clark Vance (cvance [at] dogmail [dot] com)

According to


"The building briefly housed an orphanage for boys before it was sold in 1931 to the Sisters of the Good Shepherd. The sisters opened the St. John Vianney Training School for Girls.

"The school operated from 1932 until 1979. At its peak, it had an enrollment of 170 teen-age girls 'in need of supervision,' according to St. Bernard's literature.

"The girls sometimes were referred to the school by the courts, sometimes by parents, and some were self-referrals...."

Posted July 7, 2022, by Clark Vance (cvance [at] dogmail [dot] com)


City of Tulsa - Historic Sites Survey

Prepared by Indian Nations Council of Governments

for the Tulsa County Historical Society



St. John Vianney School for Girls

4001 E. lOlst S.


National Reqister

The modified Norman structure was built in 1928-29, intended as a Catholic seminary located ten miles south of Tulsa, but used as a juvenile care home for needy girls. Bishop Francis Kelley, notable in Catholic history, was re­sponsible for its construction.

Posted July 5, 2022, by Tom (mountain [dot] pot [at] gmail [dot] com)

This depot no longer stands. I believe it burned down many years ago.

Posted July 4, 2022, by Jo davis (Jdavisnow [at] aol [dot] com)

My mother put me in here dec 7, 1959. I had my 13th birthday here. My father found out what she had done and came and got me sometime in 1960. My children say i am either a liar or schizophrenic and that St. Johns was a nice boarding or finishing school for girls.

I was placed on laundry duty until they discovered i was too little to handle the large steam press. Then the nums placed me in the kitchen until they realized i was too little to work there.

They finally placed me in what was termed the “social room” where my kob entailed cleaning one of the eight section the large room had been divided into.

I slept in a room on the top bunk as close to the single lightbulb in the ceiling as i could get. The door was locked as soon as i walked into the room and was not unlocked again until the morning.

Can you please verify what St. Johns was? And of there are others whom you have heard from that were there from 1959-1960, could you please give them my contact information?

It is terribly painful, and quite terrfying, to be told i am schizophrenic whenever i talk about this to my children.

Please, please can you help me? Are there any records left? I would have been listed as jorene alice davis.

Thank you,

Jo davis

Posted July 4, 2022, by Clark Vance (cvance [at] dogmail [dot] com)

I walked the area in the late '90s. The remains of the buildings were still extant NE (just inside the curve) of the remains of the old highway which is still partly visible just inside the curve of the I-29 N on ramp. The area was heavily overgrown but there were concrete stoops intact along with several small piles of brick.

At one time someone was selling bricks online purportedly from here.

The site was cleared and as best I can tell from a later visit, all traces have been removed. Satellite views show the cleared area and some remains of the old highway. Street view shows a pond and fountain.

The 1950 Ferrelview quad shows the buildings. The remaining trace of highway appears to be the curve where Bypass 71 enters from the east to merge with northbound US 71.

Posted July 4, 2022, by Anonymous

Was just there today searching for the property. Only the old concrete porch is there.

Posted July 1, 2022, by Paul Yancey (Phyancey [at] icloud [dot] com)

I just took a photo of this barn (June 2022). It has not been demolished.

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Posted June 29, 2022, by James Peet (jamespeet51 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I'm a little confused. Is there a page where the plaques, commemorating Lyman Dillons path was, beside the one shown here in Martelle. I have a list (as well as photographs I have taken) of several of them, but I'm trying to find if/where there are any that I have missed. Do you have any knowledge of any way by which I could gain access to any type of list?

Posted June 19, 2022, by Anonymous


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Posted June 19, 2022, by Anonymous

Do they ever have services?

Posted June 19, 2022, by Anonymous

Do they ever have services?

Posted June 19, 2022, by Anonymous

Do they ever have services?

Posted June 12, 2022, by Pam Wylie (oldmacwyliesfarm39 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

My Great grandparents owned this property and raised their family here. George and Anna Heale. It was auctioned off after his death. 1931 I believe. My Dad and his siblings were born here at well. Any info or pictures through the years would be appreciated.

Posted June 11, 2022, by Darell Delaney (DelaneyHoustontexas [at] gmail [dot] com)

I have a very old photo of my grandfather sitting on the tracks in front of this store back in the early 40’s. My grandfather is from Augusta and his entire family but unfortunately we no nothing about them. My grandpa passed away in the 70’s.

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Posted June 9, 2022, by Joe muri (Jmuri4747 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Why is the dam lower this year?

Famous-Barr Outing Farm #3/Vernon S. Beck Memorial Park in Eureka, MO
Posted June 5, 2022, by Drew Walters (drewscout [at] icloud [dot] com)


Thought I’d post this location for someone to add. This public park is located at 4 Boland Farm Road in Eureka, Missouri and contains the ruins of several cottages, a pumping station, main building, main pool, and a smaller pool. It’s so cool and should be on this website.

The resort was the third and final location of the Famous-Barr Outing Farm and was open from June 5, 1910 to the Spring of 1942. Vernon & his wife Lola owned the land as a summer home from 1952 to 1965 when Vernon commuted suicide in the second floor bedroom of the main building after learning he had cancer. His wife Lola was traumatized so she had her best friend Nova Medows live with her. Nova soon had some of her family members join her. Lola died in 1982 in the building’s first floor bedroom and then the building burned down in February 1984. Nova escaped with just her dog. It opened as a park in 1997.

Posted May 31, 2022, by charlotte (chairmhrc [at] gmail [dot] xom)

This house was built in 1886.

Posted May 30, 2022, by Fred Kidd (Ernest [dot] kidd [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Some of the information on this site is incorrect. The house was built in 1896 not in the twentieth century with a total of 5600 square feet. It was the first residence in Hopkins County to have electricity (1913).

I am the current owner of the house. The exterior walls are three brick thick. It was built by Turner Ruby at the age of twenty five. The family owned the second largest lumber company in the state.

Posted May 26, 2022, by Brian Manville

Please note: I did not find any skipjack with the name of Reliance in or around Dogwood Harbor. However, the Rebecca Ruark - which is also on the list of national historic places, was at the location.

Posted May 21, 2022, by Sandi Wampler (nano1963 [at] hotmail [dot] com)

My family lived in the jail in early 1950’s. Fond memories.

Do you ever open for indoor tours?

Sandi (Figg) Wampler

Posted May 16, 2022, by Patricia Morris (patti [at] morris-systems [dot] com)

Here are some photos of the house: https://npgallery.nps.gov/pdfhost/docs/NRHP/Photos/77000646.pdf

Posted May 13, 2022, by Bill Eichelberger (wallyum [at] hotmail [dot] com)

Yeah, been there. Be back soon, I'm sure. ;-)

Posted May 12, 2022, by Brian Manville

Please accept my apologies - I had *issues* uploading photos. I was not trying (on purpose) to get my name on this page multiple times.

Posted May 10, 2022, by J Woods (cts463 [at] gmail [dot] com)

The 25 is a Y-1 Class 2-8-0 "Consolidation" (rather than a 2-8-2 "Mikado"). It was built as a compound and simpled (as well as superheated) in 1917.

Posted May 9, 2022, by Phillip Wyatt (wyatt [dot] phillip3 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Huckleberry Hill or the Mayo Mill hill has been home to many of fine people over the years. Those of us which had family born and raised there had a lot of history that revolved around the old mill and many stories of it as well as the "Springhole" behind it.

The road over where the bridge goes over the rocks in the creek once was where people could get their cars washed in the 50's & 60's by local teens.

Not a wealthy area but up until the late 90's it was still a tight knit family area. Mostly church going families as we still had 4 or 5 thriving churches close by. Most walked to work back when the mill was thriving and the old post office was right out in front of the mill.

There was a young boy that was killed thats brakes failed him on his bicycle that came down the hill and ran into the mill's wall.

My grandmother who lived on that street, borrowed my papa's car once and not knowing how to drive she had to drive it into the side of their house to stop it right there on the mill hill.

I rememeber growing up and spending a lot of time down there, the trees were big, the yards were well kept and the atmosphere was family and neighborly.

I know what happened when it burned down and to say it struck at the heart of many of us was an understatement. The huckleberry hill was made up of mill houses and there was once a mill store for it's workers. I could go on and on but I better stop. I accidentally found this online and wanted to comment. I bid you all a good day.

Posted May 3, 2022, by Bryan Cimicata (bryancimicata [at] gmail [dot] com)

This is my great grandmother and grand father's house here are some pictures I took August 2014

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Posted April 29, 2022, by erinn spielberger (erinn [at] eatpbj [dot] com)

This building is no longer. It has been demolished.

Posted April 16, 2022, by Cheryl Knecht (Knechtfam1 [at] comcast [dot] net)

Angelo Vance Fawcett was a humanitarian and the people’s mayor. The term “corrupt” is very offensive.

Posted April 15, 2022, by Cheryl Knecht (Knechtfam1 [at] comcast [dot] net)

Angelo Vance Fawcett was a humanitarian and the people’s mayor. The term “corrupt” is very offensive.

Posted April 11, 2022, by Mark Rhodes (mrhodes14772 [at] gmail [dot] com)

Renollet was a stop on the Wabash Railway. The entire settlement was destroyed on March 28, 1920 (Palm Sunday) by a large tornado. It is believed to be the same tornado that traveled all the way to Lucas County, Ohio, destroying Brunersburg and Raab Corners, Ohio in its path.

Posted April 1, 2022, by Anonymous


Posted March 31, 2022, by Michele Durkalski (mmdurkalski [at] yahoo [dot] com)

This Dam will be removed the summer of 2022.

Posted March 28, 2022, by Richard Mcanany (Elliottmcanany [at] gmail [dot] com)

Are there units for rent?

Posted March 26, 2022, by Dianna Dilley

This is my great grandfathers store his name was AJ webb short for Andrew Jackson Webb! Across the road stood Dilleys Grocery which was my uncle George Dilley! both my great grandfather on my mothers side owned aj webbs grocery and my dads side owned dilleys grocery!

Posted March 23, 2022, by wyatt

This ranger station appears to be doomed.


Posted March 19, 2022, by Tony Hutchison (thut_51 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I want to build a HO scale model of Cushing’s, Santa Fe Depot. I cannot find drawings or blueprints.

Posted March 19, 2022, by Tony Hutchison (thut_51 [at] yahoo [dot] com)

I want to build a HO scale model of Cushing’s, Santa Fe Depot. I cannot find drawings or blueprints.

Posted March 19, 2022, by Sherry Blackburn (trueblulovingsoul [at] aol [dot] com)

I was happy to find this short

article about the hospital I was

born in, in Sept of 1958. I have

visited the Old St.James Hospital

in Butte Montana many times but

have not been home in 20+ years

or so and I truly miss it. Butte

(as they say) is in my blood.

So I wanted to say thank you

for posting it. It took me home

for a little while.


S. Driggers

Posted March 13, 2022, by Maureen Bz (Bzap724 [at] cox [dot] net)

Hey, That’s my house in the image posted! 1941 Art Deco “waterfall” type facade.Since 2000, We love living in this historic neighborhood, just a mile from the University of Arizona. Many unique homes, great big lots with eclectic gardens and a really warm neighborhood atmosphere.

Posted March 11, 2022, by paul vincent zecchino (milspec390 [at] aol [dot] com)

www.radomes.org/museum/ has many photos and articles on Montauk Air Force Station and its massive AN/FPS-35 radar built by Sperry Corporation.

Montauk's four hundred Megahertz, five megawatt radar was so powerful and sophisticated, it could track aircraft on final approach to Miami International Airport, when propagation conditions permitted.

Radar tracks from Montauk were fed to air direction centers up in Syracuse and Newburgh, New York, among others.

The New York Department of Parks and Recreation at one time issued permits to visit the site, and may still. View from the top of the '35 blockhouse is gorgeous.

Thank you for featuring this site.

Paul V. Zecchino

Manasota Key, Florida

11 MAR 2022

Posted March 10, 2022, by erinn spielberger

I believe this has been demolished.

Posted March 8, 2022, by Ellie Becker (buffetblasha [at] yahoo [dot] com)

Does anyone know where old records from the 1920's-1940's are kept? I have been searching and cannot find them. Any help would be amazing.

Posted March 5, 2022, by Lisbeth (Vlcreations [at] juno [dot] com)

Friend died of a drug overdose in this house in 2000. But that's what happens when you play with drugs. And she was a doctor.

Posted March 2, 2022, by Zendelle Bouchard (sanfordspringvalenews [at] outlook [dot] com)

The two Stenton Trust buildings, which are shown in picture #3, are not part of the Sanford Mills Historic District, although they are adjacent to it. The building in the back, which is visible on the left side of your photo, caught fire in 2017 and was demolished in 2019.

Posted February 21, 2022, by erhard w koehler (ewjkoehler [at] gmail [dot] com)

The bridge was washed out and destroyed by flooding in September 2021 (remnants of Hurricane Ida).

Posted February 19, 2022, by Craig Baker (Seahawk190 [at] Mail [dot] com)

There are two identical plaques at two different locations in town, one on Carpinteria Ave at Concha Loma Drive, the other on Maple near Carpinteria Ave at the history museum. They were originally located on Highway 101 near Casitas Pass Road, with one on the northbound side and one on the southbound side. One-fourth mile southwest of there is the Portolá Sycamore, the location of The Carpenter Shop.

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