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Pic 8023: Two young boys and two young girls dressed up like a wedding.
Pic 8036: First Christian Church. See also photo 8031. Probably Lebanon Junction.
Pic 8037: James Buchanan Crenshaw and wife Mary Susan (Raymond) Crenshaw.
Pic 8040: This is a photo of Masdens Store in the Ceder Creek Valley south of the bridge on Hwy 251 now Ft Knox. Was a popular hangout on Friday night because they had a generator for electricity and the only radio in the area.
Pic 8041: R. M. Hocker Chevrolet Garage and gas station in Lebanon Junction. Was located where post office is today (2006). Family lived in tower.
Pic 8042: Lebanon Junction Fire Truck. About 1950. Writing says, Mr. Cox and Dick with new fire engine 19-- R. M. Dick Hocker on right.
Pic 8044: Lebanon Junction funeral. Casket being loaded into horsedrawn hurse.
Pic 8047: Lebanon Junction Grade and High School 1931.
Pic 8049: Football team in uniform. Perhaps Lebanon Junction. Marked football might say 1953 or 1955. Names include: Hoagland, Newman, Thompson, Masden, Formhals, Larkin, Doan, Crady, Sturgill, Miller, Smith.
Pic 8050: Football team. Perhaps Lebanon Junction circa 1951. Names include: Whitehead, Sweat, Calvert, Pipes, Beeler, Miller, Newman, Cartwright, Hoagland, Crady, Masden, Doan, Sturgill, Thompson.
Pic 8051: Hocker garage, gas station, and car lot. Lebanon Junction.
Pic 9001: Aerial photo of farm.
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