History of Mansfield
Photographer: Courtesy of Blue Ridge Township Public Libary
Two young girls in Mansfield around 1910.
Geese at Mansfield's Firke Goose Farm, the largest goose farm in the world.
Mansfield's welcome home parade after WW I.
Back of photo identifies these men as those who gave "skin" to a Mansfield burn victim.
First church in Mansfield.
Robert Sherrard and family, Mansfield.
Mansfield Primary class of 1903, first and second grades. The teacher was Miss Edwina Wells.
First room at Mansfield school, 1907.
Third room at Mansfield school, 1907.
Presby corn huskers, Mansfield.
Mansfield, around 1910.
First and second grades, Mansfield Primary. Teacher was Miss Wells.
Fifth and sixth grades, Mansfield School, 1906-07.
Pie-eating contest in Mansfield around 1900. From left to right: Martha Young, Maude Clemons, Lula Moore, Nell Howver, Bessie Dillman, Mary Clemons.
Mansfield residents (L to R) Lena Dillman, Nelle Kroell and Mabel Barnhart.
Aftermath of a car-train wreck in Mansfield. Date unknown.
First sign as part of Street Signs in Mansfield project being put up at corner of Main and Illinois Streets, 1963.
Photographer: Courtesy of Piatt County Historical Society
Mansfield Cub Scouts at Bethel Church, 1956.
Bethel Church's first "parsonage", prior to 1912.
Bethel Church parsonage, southwest of Mansfield, about 1912.
1893 Sunday school officers and teachers at Bethel Church, southwest of Mansfield.
Fountain and Mary Maddox Fox, Mansfield.
1894 "Jolly Neighbors" at Bethel Church, southwest of Mansfield. The Sunday school class and club was cleaning the church and practicing for Children's Day.
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