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  • Description: orchard
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    • Water mill.

    • Women; Men; Children; Mills; Water mills; Dams; Carriages & coaches; Mules
    • Women, men, and children stand around a wood and stone water mill. A man and woman in a mule-drawn carriage cross a small river or stream by the mill, which has a dam to its side. Several buildings and fences and perhaps an orchard are in the...
    • River Road, Harrods Creek, Kentucky, 1935.

    • Cities & towns; Cityscapes; Streets
    • River Road near Harrods Creek, Louisville, Kentucky. Photograph of River Road, lined by telephone poles as well as large, gently overhanging trees on the left and continuous bushes on the right. Beyond the bushes is an orchard. A car approaches in...
    • Dr. Jones' home.

    • Dwellings; Houses
    • House at First and Orchard Streets in Oneida. Mrs. Hogg sold this house to J. B. Hignite in 1903. Hignite sold it to James Anderson Burns in 1910, who in turn sold it to Robert Carnahan in 1914. Carnahan sold it to Dr. Preston Jennings Jones. See...
    • Elkhorn Cottage.

    • Oneida Baptist Institute; Dormitories; Boarding schools; Educational facilities; Orchards; Cemeteries
    • Elkhorn Cottage, which was built in 1902, was funded by contributions from the ladies Elkhorn Association of Lexington, Kentucky. It was a boys' dormitory that also housed the kitchen and dining area for boys staying in McMurray Hall. Elkhorn...
    • Mrs. Burns and children.

    • Women; Children
    • First wife and children of James Anderson Burns in the side yard of their home at Second and Orchard streets in Oneida where they lived between 1910 and 1914. Left to right are Dugger, Martha E. Sizemore Burns with Robert Walker on her lap, Myrtle,...
    • Home of Dr. Jones.

    • Dwellings; Wooden buildings; Fences; Trees
    • House at First and Orchard Streets in Oneida, Kentucky. Mrs. Hogg sold this house to J. B. Hignite in 1903. Hignite sold it to James Anderson Burns in 1910, who in turn sold it to Robert Carnahan in 1914. Carnahan sold it to Dr. Preston Jennings...
    • Traveling through the orange groves, Florida.

    • Oranges; Orange orchards; Harvesting; Agricultural laborers; Railroads
    • Train riding through an orange grove toward the viewer. A black plume of smoke rises from the train's smokestack; the number 930 can be seen on the front of the engine. Orchard workers are turned away from the trees and toward the train. Some are...

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