Brookville (Then and Now) by Carole A. Briggs,Frederick E. Knapp,Wrayanne L. Clapie

By Carole A. Briggs,Frederick E. Knapp,Wrayanne L. Clapie

Brookville photographer Frederick E. Knapp documented the occasions, humans, and locations of Brookville, the seat of Jefferson County, among 1898 and 1945. instructor and beginner photographer Wrayanne L. Clapie revisited these websites in 2008. Now a federally registered old district, Brookville's major highway structures, companies and industries, colleges, church buildings, and houses typify structure over the past a part of the nineteenth century and existence throughout the first 1/2 the 20 th century, illustrating either switch and preservation.

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