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Photographs2604 of 3306The Day We Left New York 1927 Or 1929My Great Aunt in First house and her carriage 1909 Canada ,Conquest
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Posted 3 years ago


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This house was built in 1836. My Great Grandfather bought it in 1936 and took the 2nd picture and sent it too his family to show them what he bought,my whole family has lived there at one time or another[except me and my sister],but it was last lived in ,in the late '60s by some hippies who painted all of the woodwork black! The 1st pic was done in black and white and was taken in 2004 we still use it for storage and is pretty solid for it's age. Also was a midwifes house before my family bought it.


  1. tommy1002 tommy1002, 3 years ago
    Built in 1836 and still standing!!!! They sure don't make em like that anymore!! I bet all that black woodwork is hardwood too, darn hippies and their paint, lol.
  2. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 3 years ago
    Thanks olegaclockman47 and manikin! and it has Poplar woodwork
  3. tlmbaran tlmbaran, 3 years ago
    wow. I would LOVE to have an old house like that. Especially one that has been in the family for so long. I am no way a "handy man" but I would spend some of my down time doing my best to fix up what I can. Starting with removing all that old black paint! Send more pics if you can!
  4. Stonie Stonie, 3 years ago
    Would love to see it restored to it's former glory before it's to late, love these early homes. We are restoring one from 1907 which is state hood here in Oklahoma, to only have a home from the 17 or 18 hundreds.
  5. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 3 years ago
    Thanks tlmbaran and stonie ,BTW my great grandfather moved from Oilton OK. when he bought this farm,he worked in the oil fields
  6. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 3 years ago
    Most of the damage to the upper/front area and some windows has been fixed ,it was from a wind storm [70 mph] that also took the roof off of our barn and blew it 300 yards into our field[ALSO FIXED BY ME! not sure I'd do that again].I also have my woodshop in the kitchen of this house ,and a project cushman scooter on the kitchen table!
  7. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 3 years ago
    Thanks walksoftly!
  8. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 1 year ago
    Thanks toenail,and mani!

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