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This aerial photograph shows the Sherwood's Tourist Home on the right and on the left is the semi-circle of buildings that constitute Kamp Washington.

Engine used at Tyson's Corner.

Newspaper article from The Evening Star reporting on the finding of petrified wood at Tyson's Corner.

Guest register signed by those staying at the Sherwood's Tourist Home in Fairfax, Virginia from the 1930s to the 1950s.

Three men are husking and moving corn with the help of a machine. The larger contraption they are using is an ensilage cutter and silo filler. The men are feeding corn into the machine which cuts the corn and blows it to the top of the silo. Theā€¦

Four women standing in front of a horse drawn wagon filled with corn. On the left side of the image there is a man feeding corn into a machine that will cut the corn and move it to the top of a silo.

Inside of the Myers store at Tyson's corner. Frank Myers on left, Charlie Myers on right.

Inside Tyson's Store
Inside the Myers general store at Tyson's Corner. Frank Myers (glasses), Charlie Myers (far right).

The John M. Sherwood: Exploring Fairfax through Family Papers exhibit display at the Fairfax Public Library Virginia Room in Fairfax, VA.

Follow the source link to view the video. John Sherwood's part starts at 46:47.
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