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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Wordless (nearly) Wednesday - Schwyhart cabin

The James M. Schwyhart family in front of their cabin on the White River, Stone County, Missouri, about 1900.



Families are Forever!  ;-)

9 comments:

  1. Wonderful photo! Thanks for sharing.
    ~Regina

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  2. I love this photograph. There are some Schwyarts in my Marling family tree. :)

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  3. Bill, A wonderful bit of history to share with us. Thanks.

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  4. Wow, what a treasure! Thank you for sharing.

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  5. I am totally captivated by these old pictures. I see their circumstances, I see their faces. They look fairly happy. But it couldn't have been easy! We really can't image it at all.

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  6. great picture, thanks for sharing!

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  7. It certainly is a favorite of mine. When I first got the photo and checked out the location, it seemed it might now be at the bottom of Table Rock Lake... but, actually, was up the hill far enough, it was about shore line, but long gone, of course!

    ;-)

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  8. Dr. Bill,
    I can't see the photos. This happens on some postings, maybe I'll figure it out, so I won't feel so left out. From the comments, they sound wonderful.

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  9. It is a cabin. One photo. Another browser? Sorry to hear... hope it works out. ;-)

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