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These photos originally appeared on bluegold_logo_60.GIF (404 bytes) in January 2003.

A fine example of urban renewal, this former warehouse now features retail shops, an art gallery and a private residence. The Huddleston Farmhouse Inn Museum offers a peek into pioneer life along the National Road in Wayne County, Indiana.
Fashion dolls were popular long before Barbie appeared on the scene, as evidenced by these beautiful antique dolls at the Wayne County Historical Museum. The cabin at Mary Scott Park was originally built along Abington Pike by Samuel Burgess in the 1820's.  It was moved to the park in 1946.

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On this page: Reclaimed warehouse building. South side with porch view of Huddleston Farmhouse Inn Museum.  Fashion dolls with china heads and toy furniture at the Wayne County Historical Museum.  Snowy day in winter at the Samuel Burgess cabin located in Mary Scott Park in Richmond, Indiana.


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