Memories from Glenda Reese Smith

POIGNANT VERSE!

IMAGES OF THE AREA

Township census data, mostly from 2009

The lake turns nasty at times

THE old bridge lasted lots longer

Photos of the last days of Fairfield -- BLSA

Unique looks at early stages of the reservoir

Interpretive -- history, details, data

The old hotel. Do you know more?

BATH ROAD - It goes somewhere

Some interesting scrapbook tidbits

Priceless class photos (Thanks, Terry Day!)

The Day farm, east of Fairfield

KLEIN'S residency map (added 10-15-2012)

Husted, Cory, Loper, Thompson: Our heroes

Old clippings from regional newspapers

Unique looks at the Parsonage/Thompson site

A look at the old Huber homestead

Log cabin that was moved

Sue (Wolf) Hasselbring sends us gems.

Sue wants to ID the Fairfield kids.

Karen Creamer cemetery research.

Martin-Merle documents, photo of the Bannings

Some from the family scrapbook

Apsley, Cruse homes

Two from "Beanie"

Luker family

Old certificates

Thackrey study

FGS Class OF 59-60

FGS Class of 39-40

Judy Thackrey seeks IDs on 47-50 class

Class photos, 1957

1961 photos

Jim Hughes photo essay

Jim provides a group shot in front of the lodge.

Beards, snow and the Klein bike!

Klein, Davis, Shepler photos, plus more

Recollections from Gayther Plummer

Two compelling pictures from Gayther Plummer!

The old mill race in Fairfield

Historian Don Dunaway's insights

Correspondence from Tom McCubbin

Folks from back home


BASKETBALL

Beating St. Michael's

1956 HOTSHOTS

1954 COUNTY CHAMPS

The 1957 team

The 1961 team

The 1962 team


A TREE GOES TO MICHIGAN



FROM CATHY AYLSTOCK



OUR ICONIC BRIDGE


PUBLICATIONS

If you're interested in the pictorial history of Fairfield and stories about it from the people who lived there, you are in luck! Two publications, "Fairfield, the Town Under The Lake," and "Fairfield Schools" are available. Both contain rare photos of the community, its buildings, its features, its stories and ... well, a little lie or two. The publications are produced by Julie Schlesselman and Marilyn Luke Gaussman. Reach Julie at the Franklin County Library in Brookville (765-647-4031). Or click THE LIBRARY WEBSITE.



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