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Franks Ditch
A Canal in Pulaski, Indiana
My Grandfather Franks had FRANKS Ditch run across his farmland in Pulaski County Indiana but that's located in the NW quadrant of the State, not SW.

Little Babson Island
A Island in Hancock, Maine
I lived on Little Babson Island for short periods of time in the 50's and 60's. It was a wonderful island. My brother and I would play pirates, bury treasure, row around in the boats, walk the shoreline and play baseball on the lawn. My father worked for the owner for over 25 years. I remember waking up on the second floor bedroom of the big house and on opening the windows hearing the lobster boats working in the flat calm of an early morning. Wonderful memories of LBI.

Hayden High School
A School in Franklin (city), Virginia
Does anyone have photos of the 1964 football team, champs. Joseph turner

L L Anderson Dam
A Dam in Placer, California
Who is or was L.L. Anderson? And why is a dam named after him?

Camp Tamarack
A Locale in Bergen, New Jersey
I have several photos of the camp back in the 50's and 60's. My father was a member of The Order of the Arrow. I have a complete Indian Full length headdress and Buckskin chaps and shirt. complete with beadwork, All handmade by my mother and father. I would like to donate this to NJ boyscouts. My fathers name was Jim Becker, Anyone who knew him or can help me with finding a home for this headdress please contact me. Jim Becker Jr.

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