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Photo from 1968 Christmas Calendar, Scenes taken from the Greenbrier Valley in 1968, Printed by the Fairlea Print Shop Inc.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
The house was built in 1873.
A view of the old Sweet Springs Sanitorium, now the Andrew Rowan Memorial Home.
Located on Hans Creek, photo was taken after house was remodeled.
The building was erected in 1856.
Two horses and a carriage parked in front of the Carruthers House.
Geological Survey.  Man stands near a cut in the hillside.
A view of the spring house at Salt Sulphur Springs.
Built in 1785 and deeded to the Conference to remain their property as long as "grass grows and water runs". Considered to be the oldest church west of the Allegheny Mountains.
A scenic view of the town of Greenville.
A drawing of Old Sweet Springs in Monroe County.
A drawing of Salt Sulphur Springs.
A drawing of Red Sweet Springs.
People gathered on the porch and side entrance.
'The sheep barn on Ellison farm built by Jesse Ellison ca. 1835. Log barn had shed and loft added at later date.'
'The house Addison Dunlap built when he married Elizabet Clara Petrie. House built ca. 1834. Earlier used log house to left rear. Located on Hans Creek Road, Monroe County. House now occupied by direct descendent.'
Ruins of a log house, once owned by Jesse Ellison, just before being torn down.
'Addison Dunlap house built ca. 1834 on Hans Creek. (Old Charlie Dunlap house).'
Ellison Mill on Hans Creek, a water powered turbine saw mill and grist mill. Photo taken from Hans Creek Road.