PHOTO ALBUM - YORKTOWN, Fairfield Twnp., Bureau County
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Off site photo album of Yorktown Cemetery Walk. Click on this photo to open album. Then click on individual photo in album to enlarge, read details and leave a comment.
TOP ROW: Group from Yorktown School, Yorktwon School 1920/Unidentified class, Yorktown School class & School, Interior of Yorktown School/unidentified class, Yorktown School 1920
SECOND ROW: FOY's store (Yorktown General Store) 1908, Show Hall in Yorktown (GEORGE THOMAS), Yorktown Elevator, Yorktown Elevator, YT Elevator Office
THIRD ROW: Five photos that are possibly views of Yorktown taken from top of YT Elevator (Submitted by Neil & Martha Wolf)
FOURTH ROW:1) View of Yorktown from top of Elevator, 2) Yorktown General Store - includes names of people in photo, 3)General Store, Dance Hall, etc. PLUS a wonderful article of one man's recollections of life in Yorktown, 4) Motor Inn & Sinclair Gasoline Station, operated by: Fred & Melvina Heuer, 5) Doc Weber
FIFTH ROW: 1)Yorktown General Store, 2)Hotel El Capitan?; Perry Heller, Yorktown Barber; 1894 Request to build Meeting House page 1 of 2; 1894 Request to build Meeting House pg 2 of 2
Row 6: Aerial view of Yorktown, Fairfield Twp, Bureau Co. 1955; Lutheran Church-Yorktown; Grade School-Yorktown; Dr. Webber's Office; Yorktown School 1955-56
Row 7: Yorktown School; Yorktown School 2 (includes names); Yorktown School; Yorktown School 1958-59; Yorktown School 1956-57
Row 8: Charles Lane
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