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Photograph shows Elk Creek, seen in the picture as Millers Blacksmith Shop and Knight Butler Lucas Store, but there is no information as to which building they are although the store beyond the bridge on the center and the building at lower right with the horses are the most logical candidates - with the Blacksmith Shop being the one with horses.