TEA - Carthage, Missouri; eclectic Victorian circa 1880.
BIRDSONG - Red Oak II, Lowell Davis’s farm near Carthage,
CHURCH - Built in 1872 on State Road 9, five miles south of
Shelbyville, IN. Unused since 1941; collapsed 1990.
BARN - Near Park City, Kentucky.
MEMORIES - Beanblossom, IN.
MILL - Built 1873; now a restored grain mill near Belvedere,
1 - Damariscotta, Maine; today a clothing store.
BREAD - Silver Plume, Colorado
MINER’S CLAIM - Deserted mining town, Elkton, Colorado, on
POINT LIGHT - Built on Nantucket Island, MA, in 1819.
MILL - 1830 Mill in Pigeon Forge, TN
NIGHT - The Episcopal Church of the Advent, Louisville, KY;
HOME SWEET HOME - Oconaluftee Welcome Center in Great Smoky
Mountain National Park, near Cherokee, NC.
DEPOT - New Albany, Indiana; destroyed by fire in 1981.
HEAVEN AND NATURE SING - Port Gamble, Washington
AT THE PIER - Generic representation of coastal New England
MAIL POUCH BARN - Hendricks County, Indiana
BOUNTY - Wayside Mill, Sudbury, MA
PEPSI COLA BARN - Highway 7, two miles north of Madison, Indiana.
BARN - Borden, Indiana; most recently a pig barn.
MOMENTS CHAPEL - Carthage, Missouri
ROSE - 100 year old house on Nantucket Island, MA
CHAPEL - Blue River Chapel, 7 miles west of Corydon, In, Hwy
COOLERS - General Store in Huron, IN
DAYS - One room schoolhouse near Fairplay, Colorado
ROCK CITY - Generic barn representing all “See Rock City”
AND FIND - North Florida town of Welaka; no longer standing.
AND A HARCUT - Wytopitlock, Maine
OF THE TIMES - Generic representative of early roadside billboards.
AMISH - Formerly on Hwy 62, Harrison County, IN; collapsed.
CENTS PER GALLON - Based on a postcard photo, New Russia,
NY, circa 1920.
VICTORIAN - Built in 1859 in Georgetown, Colorado.
TOWN LIBRARY - Rugby, TN; north of Nashville near KY border.
GRANDMOTHER’S HOUSE WE GO - Corydon, Indiana; Queen Anne Style
- Rockport, MA.
ROMANCE - The Preservation Gallery, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario,
COLLECTIBLES - New Carlisle, Indiana (Closed February 1999)
PLACE - 1881 New Carlisle, IN; home of Winnie Watson Sweet,
founder of the International Collectibles Exposition