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The Fox House, built circa 1912 by the Grange family, is now the clubhouse of the Foxburg Country Club.
Signs in window on building on left say "Post Office" and "H. Sager General Merchandise".
Identified people: Man with mustache on left is Thomas Benton Green, woman on left with child on her lap is Mary Rupert Green, boy in far back is George Green, boy in front is Ray Green, girl holding cat on right side is Virginia Green, and woman next to her is Will Porterfield's wife.
(From left to right): Virginia, Jeanette, Edith, James Jr., James Sr. (Photographer)
James Edwin Green Sr.'s sister.
Little girl poses with her stuffed animal bunny next to a basket of Easter eggs.
Edam is a town in Tucker County, West Virginia.
Claude and John (Greens).
Thomas Jefferson Taylor (man in center), died ca. 1944, father of Edith Green.
Group of people sit outside of shack alongside road watching group of five shoot guns.
Off of Green's Run, near St. Mary's, West Virginia.
Scene is in Tucker County, West Virginia.
Edith Green is the woman on the right, other two are unidentified.
(From left to right): Virginia, James Jr., Jeanette, and Edith Green.
Father and mother of James Green Sr.
Woman to the left is Edith Taylor Green, woman placing child on pony is Roseanne Green (Uncle Charle's wife), taller girl to her right is Virginia Green, and boy beside her is Benton Green.
Home from Sunday School.
Ed Green is the man on the left wearing suspenders.
"Can I be your Valentine?"
"Easter greetings from St. Mary's, W. Va. 1909."
Ray Green is the brother of James E. Green Sr.
Woman on left is Grace Green (sister to Green brothers), man on porch furthest back is Thomas Benton Green (homeowner), woman next to him is Mary Rupert Green, boy holding American flag on far right is Ray Green, and young man in foreground leaning against post is John Green. The rest of the people are neighbors on hill above the town.
George Green is the brother of James Green Sr.
Cottage is located in Western Pennsylvania or possibly in West Virginia.