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Eileen Cunningham - Modern Era

As a farmer’s daughter, Eileen Cunningham did typical farm chores. After college she became a nurse during WWII. After marrying her sister’s widower, she raised seven children and many peafowl. Her historical accounts of the Illinois River Valley, especially stone homes, were published.

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Smith Lily Pool.

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Cutting Wheat.

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1931

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Smith Girl's Horse.

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Cole Creek Valley Farm.

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Early morning meeting men.

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Railroad bridge.

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Men.

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1978

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The Family.

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1987

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Dinner, threshing crew.

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Ready for school.

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Eileen Cunningham indoors.

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Eileen Cunningham outdoors.

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