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080 ljo 29
  • The church is gone the only thing left are the graves
028 ljo 32
  • The corn crib and hog house are gone and so is the two stall garage. We added a three stall to the west side of the house.
065 ljo 03
  • Yes that was my grandparents farm, my dad grew up there and the farm is still in the family. The first barn in the picture is now gone.
077 ljo 27
  • We bought this in 1985. The Barn is gone, the sheds are gone, the corn crib is gone, the chicken house and summer kitchen are all gone. As are most
088 ljo 16
  • poured silo & the 2 cement stave silos. The big barn close to the house is gone and the smallest shed to the far right of the picture is gone too
  • . There are 5 grain bins in the north east corner of the picture now & a new machine shed. All the fences are gone.
083 ljo 14
  • This was the George Beyer Jr Farm til about 1959. The barn is gone not sure about the Silo
085 ljo 28
  • there. The farm it at the intersection of Willow Road and Brunner Road. Currently (2016) there are no building there--everything is gone.
005 ljo 01
  • We learned recently that the house is now gone and all that exists is a machine shed. I lived there from 1st grade until 1966. Beautiful memories. Steve has a print in which I can be seen. Good times.
  • is gone. that's my 1968 Pontiac tempest between house & corncrib wish I still had it !
087 ljo 07
  • . There was a renter in a small house under the trees . the barn and all but one building are now gone although the airstrip remains.
038 mjod 15
  • shed across the road is gone now and also the chicken house to the right of the house. This is the only land that was part of the large George Brunner estate that is still in Brunner hands.

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