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'Richwood in Nicholas County is the center of the wood-using industries of the region. Like similar communities elsewhere, it is entirely dependent for its existence upon the manufacture of the raw products derived from the forests around it.'
To the far right people can be seen sitting on a fence next to a corral.
Hay stacks are behind the planted field.
Tree stumps are spread throughout the field in the foreground.
There is a farm house located to the left of the fields.
There is a barn to the left side.
There are planted crops and haystacks in front of the house.
A split rail fence separates the fields.
There is a field with haystacks on the other side of the barn.
A stream runs through the land in front of the house.
There is a narrow gauge railroad track in the foreground.
One field has haystacks and another has corn.  The hill behind these fields has felled trees.
There are three small buildings in the field.
There is a road at the bottom of the field.