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Sod Buildings (4)
Abandoned Buildings (2)
Children (2)
Families (2)
Windmills (2)

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Reed, Charles E., 1869... (2)

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1. Deserted Sod House in Kansas Deserted Sod House in Kansas Abandoned buildings; Sod buildings; Windmills; Apparently deserted sod house, but in relatively good shape, showing door, two windows and stove pipe. It is built in two sections with two different roof lines. To left in background is a windmill.

2. Deserted Sod House in Kansas Deserted Sod House in Kansas Abandoned buildings; Sod buildings; Windmills; Apparently deserted sod house, but in relatively good shape, showing door, two windows and stove pipe. It is built in two sections with two different roof lines. To left in background is a windmill.

3. By their sod house on the homestead in Bottineau County, near Westhope, North Dakota By their sod house on the homestead in Bottineau County, near Westhope, North Dakota Sod buildings; Children; Families; Mrs. John Talcott (Annie Carlson) and daughter Ruth (now Mrs. George Sandy, Park River, N.D.), unidentified son, and daughter Hope (Mrs. Ted Vedvig, Carpio, N.D.). Homestead is 9 miles west and 2 miles...

4. By their sod house on the homestead in Bottineau County, near Westhope, North Dakota By their sod house on the homestead in Bottineau County, near Westhope, North Dakota Sod buildings; Children; Families; Mrs. John Talcott (Annie Carlson) and daughter Ruth (now Mrs. George Sandy, Park River, N.D.), unidentified son, and daughter Hope (Mrs. Ted Vedvig, Carpio, N.D.). Homestead is 9 miles west and 2 miles...
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