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034 bwh 36
  • This is the Richards Farm. I grew up here and my parents still live there. It was also where my dad grew up. The 2 long chicken houses are there, along with the barn and corn crib. Smaller chicken houses are gone.
005 bwh 22
  • Farm at US 30 and SR 205. The abandoned railroad track was still in place at the US 30 crossing
030 bwh 35
  • I sure did grow up there. We moved into the farm in 1954. Whats changed??? No barn and the two small barns to the east are gone. The farm
  • I sure did grow up there. We moved into the farm in 1954. Whats changed??? No barn and the two small barns to the east are gone. The farm
056 ewh 14
  • This is a view of A. J. Miller farm. Next door, the mobile home belonged to Anthony and Cheryl Carey. The mobile home has been replaced
014 bwh 02
  • Hi, moved up here in 1977. Barn is still standing but grainery is gone. Several new homes down Cidermill on behind on Widman Road. No farm ground like you see in the picture.
024 rwey 06
  • Farm house off N. Airport Rd, north of Columbia City
023 bwh 19
  • This is the family farm I grew up on. It has been in our family since 1832. My mother still lives there. I live just a mile down the road.
059 hwh 23
  • Farm house on US Hwy 33, north of Churubusco. Looking South East.
016 bwh 14
  • I believe this is the farm where Whitley-Noble County Line Road turns north and changes to 250W. The north unit of the Crooked Lake Nature Preserve
007 kwh 03
  • This is the Crabill Homestead built by Martin D. Crabill, then owned by his son, Albert and then his grandson, Lyman. I grew up on this farm and lived there for 18 years. It is still owned by the Crabill family.

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