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[Capitol construction work]

View at City Point headquarters, hospital, with old school houses, barns &c

Giesboro, Md.

Giesboro, Md.

The Battle of Antietam - burning of Mr. Mumma's house and barns

The old barn

Arlington House, barns and soldiers' barracks, June 29, 1864

Hay rack

Sod and frame house

"Puck" is not going to be left - he has a horse-show of his own / Gillam.

Livestock, east Custer County, Nebraska.

George W. Heaselgrave, Amherst, Buffalo County, Nebraska

Dan Haskel, west of Milldale, Custer County, Nebraska.

Dan Haskel, west of Milldale, Custer County, Nebraska.

Custer County, Nebraska.

R.G. Carr hall and barn, West Union, Nebraska

Alvin Daily family and their new farm house, Milburn, Custer County, Nebraska.

"In front of the Homestead" Near Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska.

Mr. Southwaod, Broken Bow, Nebraska.

J.C. Pollard, Merna, Custer County, Nebraska.

Louie Lambrecht, Custer County, Nebraska.

R.G. Carr hall and barn, West Union, Nebraska

Sargent, Custer County, Nebraska.

New house on the old McCaslin homestead, Rose Valley, Custer County, Nebraska.

Stock ranch in east Custer County, Nebraska.

Bridge brothers' ranch, importers of Englishshire horses.

M.H. Deems, Custer County, Nebraska.

Custer County, Nebraska.

Stock ranch on South Loup River, Custer County, Nebraska.

Family standing near a new wooden bridge; frame house and large barn in Custer County, Nebraska

Farmstead in east Custer County

Family in farmyard in Custer County, Nebraska.

James Kirk near Ansley, Custer County, Nebraska.

Southeast of Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska

East Custer County, Nebraska.

Family in front of the Caywood house at Broken Bow, Nebraska.

Family near garden at farm house of John Gilliard, southeast Custer County, Nebraska.

Abe Fleming sod house.

[Barn against trees]

[Barn]

[Large barn with two figures walking toward it]

Mrs. Bowman saw the stormy light come into Dave's eyes again

[Farm house and red barn]

Cattle ranch of C. T. Holliday, near Arnold, Nebraska.

William Engall ranch near Triumph on the South Loup River, east of Arnold, Nebraska.

Southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

Whaley, Callaway, Custer County, Nebraska.

Middeswartz ranch (formerly the Able ranch), on the South Loup River, Custer County, Nebraska.

The Old Brighton Ranch. R.C. Chumbley's cattle and residence on the ranch near the South Loup River, below the old Olive Ranch, in Custer County, Nebraska.

The delayed dance at Hay Corners / F.M. Hutchins.

The burning stable /

Tithe Barn at Great Cokkeswell [sic]

Early years, snapshots, 1896-1898. October scenes

[Barn and other buildings behind fence in Georgia]

F.W. King, Wood Lake, Cherry County, Nebraska.

Cowboy on Carver Ranch near Pullman, Nebraska.

Good morning

David Harum's barn, Homer, N.Y.

The Barns, Hotel Kaaterskill, Catskill Mountains, N.Y.

Police guard car barns, crowd stands nearby, Philadelphia

Ranch in Cherry County, Nebraska

F.W. King, Wood Lake, Cherry County, Nebraska.

Cleveland trolley car strikers at Lakeview barns

Wm. Barns

Custer County Ranch.

Cattle on a Cherry County ranch southwest of Ainsworth, Nebraska.

Preparing to leave for Hot Springs

McPherson barn, Gettysburg, Pa.

James Wallace, Amherst, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Swiss village, no. 2 /

Ranch in Cherry County, Nebraska.

Stock ranch in Cherry County, 15 miles southwest of Ainsworth.

Charles Lenebrink Ranch, Chesterfield, Cherry County, Nebraska.

Stock ranch in Cherry County, Nebraska.

Charles Lenebrink Ranch in Cherry County, Nebraska

Family in front of a farmhouse in Buffalo County, Nebraska

Theo. Wagoner farm near Amherst, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Charles B. Winter, Lodi, Custer County, Nebraska.

Flagg Ranch on the South Loup River, near Sartoria, Nebraska.

G.N. (W.) Smith, better known as "Antelope" Smith, an old timer at Kearney

Farm of Mr. Nash, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Borty Brennan, Elm Creek, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Henry Franks farm near Kearney, Nebraska

Harry Lockhart, Miller or Sargent Valley, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Gotleb Scherhing farm, Riverdale, Nebraska.

"Birt Johnson, Kearney, 1903. Sheep."

Harvesting wheat on the J.D. Lowenstein farm, Kearney, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Family standing in the Chris Scheihing farmyard, Amherst, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Barn on the W.G. Fredrick Ranch, Kearney, Nebraska

Family in front of Fred Albright's farm home, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Flagg Ranch on the South Loup River, near Sartoria, Nebraska.

Family of J.W. Houser in front of their farm home, Buffalo County, Nebraska

Theo. Wagoner and wife in front of their home, Amherst, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Family in front of Fred Albright's farm home, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Dan Ehresman, Miller, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Henry Franks farm near Kearney, Nebraska

R.T. Walker, Custer County, Nebraska.

Family in front of the home of L.W. Hall, Miller, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

barn northeast of Gibbon, Buffalo County, Nebraska

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