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Today's Five !!!

Camp Capers Bell Tower 1951---- - in/near Waring

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Camp Capers Bell Tower


Steves Hall with Bell Tower 1951, Camp was 93 acre Negley Farm purchased in 1945 and opened in 1947





Snow in Comfort!!! 1915-01-23 - in/near Comfort

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Photo Credit: Miss Clara Moehring

Snow in Comfort!!!


A winter in Comfort. Some of the present-day Comfort winters pass by without even a flurry of snow. This was the Otto Holekamp yard, now the site of Peter Hohnstedt`s art studio




S.A. & A.P Railroad Bridge across Guadalupe River ------ - in/near Comfort

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S.A. & A.P Railroad Bridge across Guadalupe River


Railroad bridge across the Guadalupe River at Seidensticker Crossing 3 miles east of Comfort. Photo taken before 1930s when side wooden spans were replaced by metal ones.

Brenda Seidensticker



The beginnings of Sisterdale 1847 - in/near Sisterdale

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Photo Credit: Jay Pennington  
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The beginnings of Sisterdale


Nicolaus Zink was the 1st settler in Kendall County. His community in the idyllic valley of Sister Creek became one of the famous `Latin Settlements`. The leader of these free-thinking farmers was Ottomar von Behr and the circle included, Ernst Kapp, August Siemering, Julius Dresel, Gustav Theisen, and Edward Degener.




Charles Schilling Threshing Crew 1918---- - in/near Holiday Road

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Charles Schilling Threshing Crew


Charles Schilling farm on Holiday road. He is sitting on a Ferguson tractor and George his father is standing next to the tractor. By the size of the haystack it must have been a good year.