Still Life - Abstracts - Macro - HapJones
My grandfather, Samuel Porter "Pappy" Jones, purchased two parcels of land East of Louisville in the early 1900's.  Approximately 460 and 130 acres respectively, the land has now gone the way of industrial park, McMansion, and golf course.  The "little" farm had, above a pond, a modest white farm house that for decades was occupied by tenant farmers.  In the early 70's the house was demolished.  I managed to salvage these doorknobs.

My grandfather, Samuel Porter "Pappy" Jones, purchased two parcels of land East of Louisville in the early 1900's. Approximately 460 and 130 acres respectively, the land has now gone the way of industrial park, McMansion, and golf course. The "little" farm had, above a pond, a modest white farm house that for decades was occupied by tenant farmers. In the early 70's the house was demolished. I managed to salvage these doorknobs.

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