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    • Weimer Bridge

    • Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia; Bridges; Landscape photographs; Nature;
    • Photograpgh of the Weimer Bridge taken from an article in the Collegian.
    • Town of Bethany

    • Bethany (West Virginia); City & town life; Cities & towns; Landscape photographs;
    • An overview of the town of Bethany between 1919 and 1923.
    • Dairy Barn

    • Landscape photographs; Farms; Barns; Cows;
    • A herd of Holstein cows grazing in the field surrounding the white dairy barn at Asheville Farm School.
    • Log structure 1

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • The first settlers in the Appalachian Mountain Regions emigrated from previously settled areas in the United States. Germans and Scotch-Irish from Pennsylvania, English from the Eastern sections of Virginia and the Carolinas, and Scandinavians from...
    • Log structure 10

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • V-notching was characteristic of Pennsylvania German houses and it found its way south to the mountains of Appalachia. Tenth hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in Southern Appalachia."
    • Log structure 56

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • Side driveways or sheds could be attached to the Double Crib barn. Fifty-sixth hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in Southern Appalachia."
    • Log structure 57

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • The four-crib barn was developed in southeast Tennessee by placing two Double-Crib barns side by side and connecting them by runways going from gable to gable and side to side. Fifty-seventh hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log...
    • Log structure 58

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • From this form the transverse crib barn was developed by boarding up one runway. This type is found in east Tennessee and is well suited for corn and hay storage. Fifty-eighth hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in...
    • Log structure 59

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • The Cantilever barn is a Double Crib barn with an overhanging loft on 2 or 4 sides. Fifty-ninth hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in Southern Appalachia."
    • Log structure 6

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • This form of construction combined with Scotch-Irish stone masonry and English design elements to produce the typical Appalachian log house. Sixth hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in Southern Appalachia."
    • Log structure 60

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • The Drover's barn is similar to the cantilevered barn in having a large, overhanging, frame loft that is supported by log piers. Sixtieth hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in Southern Appalachia."
    • Log structure 61

    • Log buildings--Appalachian Region--Photographs
    • Bigger than most barns, the Drover's barn allowed herds to be stabled for a night as farmers drove them them off the mountains to market. Sixty-first hyperlinked image in the essay "Historical Survey of Log Structures in Southern Appalachia."

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