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Tap To Enlarge A large pitchfork belonging to Milton Clark. It came from the Loughridge farm near Crandall. It is on display at Little Roma restaurant in Chatsworth.
Tap To Enlarge A reversible plow blade from the Loughridge farm near Crandall. Milton Clark has it displayed in Little Roma restaurant in Chatsworth.


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