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The General Stannard House in the 1800s.
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The General Stannard barn in the 1900s
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The General Stannard House in 1988
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The General Stannard barn in 1988
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The General Stannard barn 1988
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The General Stannard barn 1988
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The General Stannard House in 2006
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The General Stannard House in 2006
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The General Stannard House 2013
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The General Stannard House 2014in
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The General Stannard House in 2014
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The General Stannard House in 2014
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The General Stannard House in 2014
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Inside the General Stannard House in 2015
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Inside the General Stannard House in 2015
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Inside the General Stannard House in 2015
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Inside the General Stannard House in 2015
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Inside the General Stannard House in 2015
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The General Stannard House today.
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The General Stannard House in the 1800s.

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