So, a few pictures of Woodlawn as a working farm around the turn of the 20th century. Remember as you look at these pictures that if you click on them, they will become larger photos for you to better see.
Newer picture, but shows Woodlawn and some of its outbuildings
Taken in 1900
Topping Carrots--Lloyd, Leon, Floyd
Haying--Floyd, Lloyd, Leon
Taylor Family in 1904
Front--Florence and Mildred
Middle--Floyd, Clara, Emma, Lloyd
Back --Leon, B.W.
B.W. and Floyd with horses
Floyd, Able Angel, Lloyd and Leon
When Woodlawn was sold in March of 1917, among the many items auctioned were: six horses, seven cows (some with calves), a McCormick mower, an Osborne Hay Tedder (?!), 110 potato crates, many different kinds of poultry (Lloyd in particular was interested in poultry and egg farming), a Babcock milk tester, a Nisco New Idea manure spreader, and a Munson Attrition Feed Mill, so a working farm it was until the end.