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  • Farm can also be seen in photo 4 of roll 19 from 1979 and rear of house near right edge of photo can be seen in photo 23 of roll 23 from 1979.
  • House in upper left corner can also be seen in photo 6 and farm in lower portion of photo can be seen in photo 14, both of roll 75 from 1964.
  • Farm can also be seen in photo 28 of roll 23 from this year and photos 36 & 37 of roll 2 from 1964.
  • Water tower appears to say "? Lawn Farms", the word where I've put a ? is not visible in the photo. Water tower is the only thing I am still able to see in the most recent overhead image and the street view from 2015.
  • Farm on left side of road can also be seen in photo 25 and house on right side can be seen in photo 26, both of roll 1 from 1979.
  • Barn says "Spring-Fed Farm" above doors (still visible in most recent street view photo).
  • Farm can also be seen in photo 27 of roll 16 and photo 4 of roll 17, both from 1979.
  • Water tower appears to say "? Lawn Farms", the word where I've put a ? is not visible in the photo. Water tower is the only thing I am still able to see in the most recent overhead image and the street view from 2015.
  • Barn appears to say "1935 Home-View Farm - Joe Hangold & Son", although I'm not sure if I read the name correctly. If anyone knows what the correct name is, please comment here.
  • inlaws build in the 1990's that house is still there as well. The grass strip went back to farm land but in operation it was cool. Well
  • that is about all I know. I miss N882 it was our dream to own a farm and we did the dream for our first home and land so pretty proud of both of us I miss my land and my husband in heaven.

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