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Robert Newton White on a chicken ranch in Sebastopol with an unidentified man and woman, photographed between 1914 and 1918
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Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
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Photo--black and white: Chicken farm in Sebastopol, unidentified man and woman on right. Robert Newton White (1847-1926) on left. Mr. White is wearing a three-piece suit and hat and was the husband of Sarah Jane White (1843-1918). Mr. White was a US Civil War Veteran and is buried at Sebastopol Memorial Lawn (1926). Photo taken 1914-1918 and developed in the 1960s by Myrtle White Schofield.
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