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115th St. And 580th Ave. Most of the buildings are gone.
Today, the barns and pasture are gone, and the house went through a little remodel but it's a great place!
I grew up on that farm also. Lived there from 1942 to 1952 when I left home to go to Mercy Hosp. Nursing School. The windmill and most buildings are gone as well as Brother Don's landing strip for the Taylorcraft😢
Grew up in McCallsburg so mamy of these building are gone now including the two grain elevators. Can not see my house though. Wish I could.
Yes, I lived on that farm in 1961-1962. My father planted one of the two trees that are in front of the house. My cousin still lives on the farm. Some of the buildings and trees are now gone, but it is still beautiful.
Own house now. All outbuildings but house gone and few new added
We bought this farm in August 1986 and still live here today. All of the buildings and grain bins south of the house,garage and newer machine shed were gone at that time.
Another view from where my dad Gene Wiley lived. The house is gone
This was my grandparents farm Don and Beverly Finnegan. They moved there about 1956. And had the first sink in Story City. Some of the buildings are gone since this picture.
My mom, Lila Oelmann Wiley, lived in the tiny house almost hidden by the trees next to the flat yard area. The house is now gone and that entire
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