The Tooth family on their lawn, Queensland, ca. 1890, via State Library of Queensland Commons on flickr.
Greenhills, Ohio, was one of three “Greenbelt Towns” built between 1935 and 1938 by the U.S. Resettlement Administration. (The other two are Greenbelt, Maryland, and Greendale, Wisconsin.) There are more Library of Congress photos of Greenhills here.
The veranda seems to go around the second floor of an internal courtyard.
“Mrs. Brandt’s home, Fairbanks, Alaska,” 1916, via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
Fairbanks was founded in 1901 as a trading post supplying gold miners in the area. It became an incorporated city in 1903. “By 1905, [it] had electricity and sewer service, a powerplant, a three-story skyscraper, saloons, stores, police and fire protection, and a thriving “Red Light” district,” according to fairbanks-alaska.com.
This may be the home of Margaret Brandt, a widow who was a city telephone operator from 1905 to 1938.
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