Scene looking north from the courthouse. Someone wrote on front of the photo and on the back: "1. Methodist Church, corner of 4th Ave. & 9th St. 2. M. P. Mann house 3. M. L. Miller house built in 1893."
Tent set up in Chautauqua Park Worthington, Minnesota, with Go To A.T. Latta for Dry Goods. On back Chautauqua grounds on Lake Okabena, Worthington, Minn. - Boy buying taffy is my cousin Lyle Buchan. Little boy is Chester B. His mother Aunt Bella with knob on top. About 1905
Erastus Church with a vegetable wagon and a white horse. Erastus Church was a colorful Worthington character who peddled vegetables, picked up junk and distinguished himself by having a street named in his honor, because he lived on that street. The photograph is dated September 26, 1900. Poster in the window promotes the candidacy of William McKinley over William Jennings Bryan. It proclaims: "McKinley was right in 1896." Note: This information taken from a newspaper article with same picture, in the Worthington Centennial July 22, 1972. We think it is a Buchan photo but don't know for sure.
Fourth Avenue looking north east from the top of the water tower. Visible is the Worthington Minnesota "new" Castle School and the ""old"" Octagonal School, Dayton House, 4th Ave. Buchan photo, written in ink on front ""August 1892""
Henry H. Read and a unknown man with stringers of fish taken from Summit Lake in NoblesCounty. Henry H. Read, the original owner of a part of the village site of Reading in NoblesCounty for whom the village was named.