Oil painting...note the picket fences, the stone footer of the covered bridge, the houses in the distance, the wagon wheel ruts in the roads the Sycamore trees, the hay stack, the telephone poles, and the outhouses (privy).  God certainly gave my dad a wonderful talent.  This print is on canvas material. 
Details to note: the laundry on the line at the house across the creek, the guy crossing on the stepping stones to keep his feet from getting muddy, the boardwalk from the corner of the covered bridge to the store, the people sitting on the porch at the store, the horse tied up at the Linger store, the tomb stones at the Presbyterian Church on the hill.
Water color painting of French Creek looking east around 1955. This painting shows French Creek as most of those born in the 1940s and 1950s will remember it looking.  The store that is just to the right of the Methodist Church is Smith's General Grocery store.  Bob and Marge Smith owned and operated it for 28 years.
 
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French Creek
1950s
Original painting...(property of 3 Crows Art does not appear on print.)
Actual Print...(property of 3 Crows Art does not appear on print.)
French Creek west
  early 1900's
Actual Print...(property of 3 Crows Art does not appear on print.)
French Creek East
early 1900's
 
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