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Snowplows working through
the Big Storm of 1943 in Boonville.

These postcards are from the collection of Larry and Mary Myers of Boonville, NY, and is a continuing series printed each week in the Boonville Herald.   You can e-mail Larry and Mary Myers at larry@postcardpost.com.

 

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A view in front of the grandstand at the Boonville Fair in 1910.

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The Masonic Temple in Boonville in 1922.

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Frances Perry and friend stand outside the Perry House in Boonville.

 

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The crowd gathered for a greased pole climb between Erwin Library and Park Hotel in Boonville

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A look down Lansingkill Gorge in Boonville

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The National Exhange Bank of Boonville with the list of officers and directors.

 

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This was Osceola's
version of the
snowmobile back in 1909.

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This is the train that hauled the logs from the woods around Page, NY, down to Glenfield, NY, on the Glenfield-Westernville Line.

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The Rebe Residence
and a church in
Lee Center, NY.

 

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The Old Stone House in Talcottville, NY.

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H.M. Beach captured
the Presbyterian Manse
in Turin, N.Y.

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H.M. Beach captured this shot when they never heard of chainsaws or mechanized log-skidders.

 

 

 

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It’s hard to see, but here’s a rare view of the early train leaving Old Forge in 1912.

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The Floyd, NY
Hotel complete
with outbuildings.

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Dorrity’s Hotel in North Western, NY.

 

 

 

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Motoring up to the Otter Lake Hotel in Otter Lake, NY, in 1916.

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Dr. T. Kitson Bruce
lived here in
North Western, NY.

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Looking up Norway Street in Newport, NY.

 

 

 

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Looking down on some Poland, NY homes.

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R.J. Purcell’s pre-breakfast catch at Stillwater, NY, in 1934.

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A delivery truck for the Veribest Bakery in Utica, NY.
 

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A busy Street in West Leyden, NY.
 

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The West Leyden students make an appearance in 1907.

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The grand grandstand at Base Ball Park in Inlet, NY.

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A close-up of the American Hotel in Grant, NY.
 

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This is a view of James and Carrie Miner’s house in Constableville in 1911.
 

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H. M. Beach stopped at this store in Constableville, and snapped this picture before he hopped in the buggy and left.

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Some “old-timers” know where Chapman’s General Store in Bush’s Landing, near Watson, NY.
 

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The State House at North Lake, Atwell, NY, must have been busy in 1920, as the lady writes a friend that she had to stay close to home to feed 12 people.

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The Pines Hotel in Brantingham was all that one needed. It was a hotel, restaurant, store, and gas station.
 

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Everybody remembers the Crystal View Hotel & Store in New Bremen, NY, don’t they? 

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An H.M. Beach photo of the Constableville School and its students.
 

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George Holmes Blacksmith Shop in Port Leyden.

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The old high school in Port Leyden, NY.
 

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The best of the badminton group at the Methodist Church in Port Leyden.
 

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Early 1900 seniors of Port Leyden. In back, Everett Williams, Adah Wilcox, Mary Lord Johnston, Mrs. Bibbons, and Mr. Wilson. In front, Mr. and Mrs. Rollard Harrie, and Mrs. and Mrs. Harris Shell.

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The Cannon Gas Station and the Lyons Falls Post Office.

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Looking southeastward from the square in Turin, NY
 

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The Turin, NY, Band visiting Lowville in 1906.
 

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The Railroad Station at Newport, NY, in 1910.
 

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The crane at the site of the Rome-Oriskany train wreck.
 

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The photographer left his horse and buggy on the street as he took a picture of the Masonic Temple in Boonville.

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Gov. John Alden Dix, whose term in office was from 1911 to 1913, visits Boonville at the Central Hotel.

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White Lake Beach Inn, Woodgate, NY, as it appeared way back when.
 

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This is the old Frieght House next to the railroad tracks in Boonville.
 

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Looking down Schuyler Street, Boonville, toward the depot during the storm of 1943?

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A rare view of Old Forge’s depot, train, steamboat landing and steamboat from a Beach postcard mailed in 1913.

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The year is unknown, but here are the Boonville students from the Old School in a photo by H. M. Beach.
 

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Along Main Street, Boonville, NY.

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Boonville’s Erwin Park.
 

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Boonville’s Village Park.
 

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Entrance to Fiske’s Riverside Park, Boonville, NY.
 

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The stairway to Erwin Park, Boonville, NY. .

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A view of Turin, NY
 

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The canal and viaduct at the Sugar River.

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Constableville School.

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Train parked in Page, New York.

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The canal and viaduct Sugar River.

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Lynn car on collapsed bridge from 1913.

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State Road,
Martinsburg, NY.

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Burchards Dam in Greig, NY.

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The Odd Fellows Temple on Ford St. in Boonville.

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The Depot House in Glenfield.

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A view near Polaris Spring House, Boonville, NY.

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A view of the square in Turin, NY.

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New buildings on the West Side of Main Street, Croghan.

     

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The White Lake Hotel. 

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Burchards Dam in Greig, NY.

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Snowbanks touching the roof tops
in the town of Boonville, 1920.

     

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The busy Forestport Station.

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Greetings from Boonville - Great Storm of 1943.

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A winter scene on Main Street, Boonville, in days gone by.

     

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Landlord Kirley of the Central Hotel, Boonville, receiving the election returns from his friend, Edward Sharon.

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Stony Lake Inn, Glenfield.

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N.M Sargent’s and Sons Chair Factory on lower Schuyler St. in Boonville.

     

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A view of downtown Main St. in Boonville.

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A view of Schuyler Street in Boonville.

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A view of the Little Village Park in Boonville.

     

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A view of Main St. in Boonville.

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Constableville residence of James Miner.

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Boonville Creamery and Cold Storage.

     

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The residence of Elmer A. Durst, North Osceola, NY.

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The Comstock Opera House on Water St. in Boonville.

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Loading limestone from Sugar River.

     

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Main Street from Central Hotel, Boonville.

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A View of Downtown Boonville.

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A view of downtown West Leyden

     

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A view of Talcottville from the bridge.

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Van’s Tavern in Barneveld, NY.

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G&W Railroad in Page, NY.

     

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A large crowd gathers to watch harness racing at the Boonville Fair.

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An acrobatics show at an old-time Boonville Fair.

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Busy Coleman’s Midway at an old-time Boonville Fair.

     

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A Telemobile of phones at an old-time Boonville Fair.

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A Telemobile of phones at an old-time Boonville Fair.

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Hayes and Hayes General Store and Dance Hall.

     

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A view of Barneveld from back days gone by.
 

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White Lake school house.

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Deerfield Old Horse transit.

     

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Main Street in Boonville.

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Train Depot in Boonville.

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Holmes Black Smith Shop.

     

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High snowbanks in an old photo of Main St. in Boonville.

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A winter wonderland in Boonville, NY, after the big storm of 1943.

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A winter wonderland in Boonville, NY, in days gone by.

     

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A beautiful winter scene in Boonville, NY, in days gone by.

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View from the Boonville business center.

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The Greig Hotel in the Town of Greig.

     

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Farm house covered in snow in Turin, NY.
 

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Main Street, Martinsburg, NY.

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Historic Hulbert House in Boonville.

     

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The former Hilltop Diner in Martinsburg, NY, in days
gone by.

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Mystery Postcard: This card, with a photo of “Village Park, Boonville, NY” was addressed to Mrs. Elizabeth Higby, with a message from daughter Cora, probably sometime between 1901-1907, but never mailed. Does anyone know who Eliza and Cora were? (See Judy Routson’s column)

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Greetings from Greig, NY.

     

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Inside the Port Leyden Drugstore.

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The Forge House in Old Forge.

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Martinsburg Road crew.
 

     

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Three Way Bridge in Lyons Falls, NY.

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Main Street, Lyons Falls, NY, in days gone by.

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A large crowd of fairgoers during a past Boonville Fair.
 

     

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The Crystal View hotel and store in New
Bremen in days gone by.

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The Bowman Hotel in Lee Center.
 

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Hoffman’s Ferry in days gone by.

     

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Verschneiders Diner on the junctions of 12 & 28 in Alder Creek circa 50s.

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An old time view down Norway Street from Washington Street in Newport.

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A view from the American Hotel in Grant, NY.

     

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A view of the Hulbert House and Union Block in days gone by.

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A view down Schuyler Street in days gone by.

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High snowbanks along Main Street, Boonville, from days past.

     

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A snowy winter in downtown Boonville in days gone by.

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Another snowy scene of Main Street, Boonville, in days gone by.
 

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Troop F camping at the Boonville Fairgrounds.
 

     

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An aerial view of Erwin Park and canal washout.

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High banks on Main Street in Boonville, February 1925.

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A very snowy winter in the Village of Boonville in days gone by.

     

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A boat loading stone from Sugar River to take down the Black River Canal.

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Lansingkill Gorge.
 

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The interior of the old Port Leyden Drugstore.

     

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Main Street in Boonville.

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Hotel Floyd.

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Port Leyden Class of 1908.

     

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Villagers gather on the lawn at the Erwin Library in Boonville.

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A view of Main Street in Boonville.

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A view of the Little Village Park in Boonville.

     

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The stone monument at the entrance way to Erwin Park, Boonville.

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A view of Main Street, Boonville, in days gone by.

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Pictured is one of the local Victory Chain stores in days gone by.

     

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Sunset Nursing Home in Boonville in days gone by.

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Park Hill in Boonville in days gone by.

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The Crystal View Hotel in New Bremen.

     

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A view of Route 12 going into Boonville.

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A view of the pool at Erwin Park in days gone by.
 

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Car accident in 1913 on Main Street bridge in Boonville.

     

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Lowville, NY -- Fair Week and Booster Carnival August 1913.

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The Village Park in Boonville in days gone by.

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Boonville Fair attendees of 1919

 

 

 

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Greased Pole climb in Boonville.

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Burchards Dam in Greig, NY.

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The Lovers Nook, a well worn spot in Erwin Park where many names are carved.

 

 

 

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St. Joseph’s Catholic Church and residence on Charles Street, Boonville, in days gone by.

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A view of Boonville’s Erwin Park in days gone by.

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The rustic bridge that was once in Erwin Park.

     

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A view of Main Street, Boonville, in days gone by.

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Snowplows working through
the Big Storm of 1943 in Boonville.