Delia Locke


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Fire - Destroyed the House of the late James L. Christian - 84 Food Sale, by Ladies Aid at Garretson's - 93 Food Sale by Ladies Aid at Luther's meat market - 138 Fire - Burned James Thorp's little Cabin at French Camp - 139 Figs - First Crop - Dropping unripe from The Trees - 148 Fire - Burned Moreing's Milk - House - 157 Fire - Burned Eddie's Hill Barn, filled with hay - 186 Food Sale by Ladies Aid at Luther's Meat Market - 188 Fire - In Small Farms colony - burned 300 acres - 204 Fire - Destroyed most of Salem, Mass - 208 Fire - in Lockeford Burned Mr. Jensen's Shed, Also Grass and Grain Fire across the River - 214 Food Sale by Ladies Aid at Meat Market - took $24. 250

Date Original

January 1911

Circa Date

circa 1911-1915


Original dimensions: 23 x 36 cm.

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