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Buildings - Dwellings

Buildings, Dwellings, Housing, Single Family, Woody Plants, Trees, Agents House at the Cliff [A boarded up abandoned mansion rests on the crest of a hill.]

Scanned: October 2, 2007


Cities & Towns - Central

Buildings, Dwellings, Human Settlements, Woody Plants, Trees Central [View of the settlement of Central showing what appears to be housing complete with out houses.]

Scanned: March 26, 2008


Buildings - Residence

Buildings, Dwellings, Housing, Single Family, Transportation, Automotive, Woody Plants, Trees Reeder residence about 1932 [View from across the street of a beautiful Victorian home. A vintage automobile is parked in a drive way. A very large unknown building can be seen in the background.]

Scanned: February 8, 2010


Buildings - Residence

Buildings, Dwellings, Housing, Single Family, Seasons, Winter, Woody Plants, Trees Snow Scene House (1017 College Avenue owned by Professor Larry Lankton in 1999).

Scanned: February 8, 2010


Buildings - Homes

Buildings, Dwellings, Housing, Single Family, Woody Plants, Trees, Seasons, Winter Old Reeder home 318 College Avenue from campus. [Side view of the large Victorian residence with a witches cap.]

Scanned: February 15, 2008


Buildings - Houses

Buildings, Dwellings, Housing, Single Family, Woody Plants, Trees, [A mining house from Central Mine location]

Scanned: November 3, 2006


Cities and Towns - Ripley

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Buildings, Dwellings, Housing, Single Family, Woody Plants, Trees [Image of a group of houses in Ripley]

Scanned: December 5, 2006


Ghost Towns - Central

Human Settlements, Cities and Towns, Buildings, Dwellings, Woody Plants, Trees Central - Yesteryear House - Charles Stetter [View from the road of the large home with a porch and three chimneys.]

Scanned: August 5, 2008


Delaware

Buildings, Dwellings, Woody Plants, Trees, According to summertime residents of Delaware, this long winged building used to be the old mine boarding house in the days way, way back. Legend has it that while Horace Greeley didn't live here, he did eat here. The barracks like building is used during the summer when delegations from out of state come to live in it and frolic about the once well-known mining area. [Image of the exterior of the building which looks very run down. ]

Scanned: April 17, 2009


Cities and Towns - Ripley

Human Settlements, Buildings, Dwellings, Housing, Single Family, Woody Plants, Trees These are some of the homes in Ripley not far from the old Burt Boiler Shop. The rock piles above the house tops show where prospectors endeavored to locate the Isle Royale veins on the north side of the lake. These diggings are immediately east of the Ripley Falls and are quite shallow. Even an adit was dug. It still exists although greatly filled with debris. [Good photo of some of the dwellings in Ripley.]

Scanned: April 15, 2009