Tag Archives: Trenham Photographs

Even Earlier Glenwood photos

This image of Glenwood was found in the box with the Trenham photos. As I was researching the other images, I assumed this one was also from 1876. I was feeling pretty smart and able to identify the buildings. But, … Continue reading

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Peacock’s House

This week’s photo is “Residence of Joseph Peacock” from 1876, and it is the final photograph in the Trenham Collection. Joseph Peacock was the County Sheriff. According to the G.C. Torguson in the Historical Survey, the house was located on lot … Continue reading

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A.C. Lathrop’s House

The next photo in the series of Glenwood Photographs taken in 1876 by N.J. Trenham, is the “Rev. A.C. Lathrop Residence”. It stood kitty-corner from where Phil Stumpf’s office is today. According to James C. Whittemore in 1940, “This house belonged … Continue reading

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Thorson’s House

This week’s photo is “Residence of T. Thorson” from 1876. This was one of the first homesites in Glenwood, and the only building in the Trenham photo collection that is still standing in 2015. built on the corner of Minnesota … Continue reading

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Mr. Rue’s or Mr. Airs’ House

This week’s photo is “Residences at Mr. Rue’s at the Sulfur Springs” from 1876. According to J.G. Whittemore in 1940, “This was Stilman Ayres’ home on the hill north of Glenwood Fish Hatchery. I remember this place years ago when the … Continue reading

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Mr. Blodgett’s House

This week’s photo is “Residence of Mr. Blodget” from 1876. “Barett E. Blodgett’s home located south of N.P. Hill. Today (1940) the Owen’s home stand there and is occupied by John Cassidy. Pictured are Mr. & Mrs. Blogett and Children, … Continue reading

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Mrs. Rising’s House

This week’s photograph shows the “Residence of Mrs. Rising’s” from 1876. According to J.G. Whittemore in 1940: “Mrs. H. E. Rising’s home located on Lot 10 Block 20 of the original plat of Glenwood. Remodeled by James Atckinson it is … Continue reading

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