St. Johns in the Old Days

St. Johns street view of 1919.

Water Truck - Benjamin Richen hauling drnking water from McIntosh Spring, delivered to residents for 5 cents a bucket.

Water Truck – Benjamin Richen hauling drnking water from McIntosh Spring, delivered to residents for 5 cents a bucket.

St. Johns Drug

Blacksmith Shop owned by Marinns Christensen

Blacksmith Shop owned by Marinns Christensen

 

Covered wagons entering St. Johns.

Joseph Stradling, an early pioneer settler of St. Johns. He farmed all his life on a farm south of St. Johns.

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