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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.

Frank... when did you live at 110 31st Ave. N.... I was there from 1987-1991.. Unit #406.. It kills me to see that it was torn down to make room for luxury condos. DO you have any more pictures of the place?

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

Sanders Grove School. It was a two room school with two teachers, 1st through 4th and 5th through 8th grades. Closed 1929 . Most students rode horses which were kept in a barn which is still on the site but in a state of collapse. Howard Sanders owned the farm until he died 1972 and it was sold to the Kennons

tuttoutt! Impressive shot at proper place! You're always welcome to my humble gallery. Regards!  Yanghun. ☆KOREA

This ember of the past had the bad luck to be in the path of a new pipeline. Nothing left but raw dirt and a picture that soon Will be covered with dust and weeds

I learned about why this curve was here from the highway patrol officer who was teaching a drivers course.

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