Mrs. Burr at home in Buxton


Mrs. Burr at home in Buxton


A woman sits on the edge of a covered front porch of a two-story, gabled house with an attic window. She wears a dark skirt and a lighter, long-sleeved shirt. Her hair is pulled back and up. A door with an upper window and a screen is visible at the lower left of the house, and pairs of double-hung windows are placed on the front of each story, with a small, square single-paned window opening from the attic area. A single double-hung window is visible on the side of each floor. A chimney sits at the top of the house, and a single-story addition is just visible at the back of the image. A large evergreen rises behind the house, and leafy bushes fill the lower left of the image. Two potted plants rest on the front of the porch, with another plant being trained up on the middle porch support post.
Front: Mrs. S. L. Burr and home at Buxton Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Burr Passed away several years ago. Burr was a Civil war veteran, fought for Old Glory.

Date Created

circa 1900s


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