Mailboxes - The Fife Collection of Western U.S. Vernacular Architecture
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A collection of pictures of mailboxes in the western US
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- part of the Fife Collection of Western U.S. Vernacular Architecture
, which also includes quilts, murals, tree bark graffiti, fences, gravestones, and festivals, and other examples of folklife and material culture visually recorded by folklorists Austin and Alta Fife.
made to resemble horse, with head and tail.
built like log cabin. Marian Fife is in picture. Sign above box says "Abalobadiah Creek, M. G. McRay."
built in shape of old barn and painted red and white. Names on box: Danny and Marcene Hjelm.
ornamented with deer's antlers and steer's skull with horns. Name on box: "Jane Jones."