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'Back row, left panel: Fred Davis.'
Child and man on the right hold their rifles, while the man in the middle has his shotgun propped against fence while he handles two of the dogs.
Thomas Jefferson Taylor (man in center), died ca. 1944, father of Edith Green.
Cottage is located in Western Pennsylvania or possibly in West Virginia.
"Uncle Dave Green worked here."
An unidentified man is cutting wheat with a cradle.
Rig was used to remove grain from stalks.
Front row left to right: Amanda Catherine (Rupert) Gilly, Daniel Rupert a Civil War Veteran, was part of Union Artillery, Pennsylvania Unit, was assigned to the defense of Washington D.C., although could have done other things, David Johnson Rupert, Rachel Ann (Rupert) Hookey. Back row left to right: Emma Elizabeth (Rupert) Deen-Yount, Augustus George Rupert, Mary Jane (Rupert) Green, Wilhelmenia Cornelia (Rupert) Jolley, John Wesley Rupert, and Alice Amelia (Rupert) Porterfield.
From left to right: James Green (photographer), Grace, T.B. Green, Ray, Charles, Mary, Claude, Dave.
Plate envelope titled "Lilies".
Dedicated in June of 1912.
This three wheeled hand car was used for railroad track inspection. It provided a means of quick railroad transportation using manual power. Similar hand cars were used for mail delivery as well.
3rd from left: Thomas Jefferson Taylor (great grandfather of James Green); 1st from left, back row: Oscar Goodluck; just below Oscar: his wife, Julia Taylor Goodluck; 1st from left, front row: James E. Green (photographer's son); 2nd from left, front row: Virginia Green; 4th from left, front row: daughter of Walter Taylor; 4th from left, back row: Walter Taylor.
James E. Green St. standing on left, James E. Green Jr. on the far right, Virginia Green standing in front of woman in white dress, and Edith Taylor Green is in the center wearing a dark blouse and white skirt.
From a drawing made by Henry Howe in 1843.
"James Rumsey was the great originator of practical steam navigation. This buhr stone in bath square, Berkeley Springs, is, as yet, the only memorial to the world's great benefactor. Copyright by John Moray 1909."
Owned at one time by Mrs. William Baker, Marble Hall was a large, private home built before the Civil War and located on Washington Street.
"On this pond, James Rumsey began those experiments which resulted in the first steam boat."
DeWitt served as Governor of New York from 1817-1822. While serving as Governor, he was largely responsible for the construction of the Erie Canal.