Probably not but I don't really know, I have not been by there in a while. My brother and I are real estate brokers and would glad to take them an offer
Looks like my first car, a two door 1941 Ford.
I was around there 1970
Terry you are so fortunate to have a surviving family structure of your past. Modt of my ( city ) past has Ben destroyed by highway construction, institutional expansions, and urban renewal. I discovered this house when I discovered Bee spring which makes great coffee.
Hi there again. You have the front porch! Such a great picture. I'm going to share with the family. I have some OOOLLLDDDD..pics. Like them on the porch. There used to be a hangover over the main front door area, a goat went out the top window and there is a pic of the goat on above the front door. The MAIN LOG cabin was the smallest on the right. Then years later they added on. Nice seeing you on here again. I did move the pic to the correct location, geographically. Thanks. The OLD house was so neat! Hand made dowels held rafters, hand made nails as well in to the old studs. So Neat!!
Beautiful old Bridge!!!!
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no tow left behind
Thank you for taking this picture of what is a treasured landmark for many of the local people. It is also special because it is made of a brick, which is unusual for this area.
My father attended school there. It was closed in the late 1940's to early 1950's and was purchased and made into a church building where the church of Christ at Greenfield Bend worship.
Great photo...but you are almost 100 miles too far west as to location..try looking east of McMinnville, tn