This page features questions/puzzlements and unidentified photographs that have surfaced during research into Darrtown's history. Since this page is devoted to things not known about Darrtown's past, it seems appropriate to offer the following thoughts about "the unknowns."
Donald Rumsfield - U. S. Secretary of Defense - Feb. 12, 2002 news briefing
QUESTIONS AND PUZZLEMENTS REGARDING DARRTOWN'S PAST
The following questions are known to be related to Darrtown's past. If you can provide any information about these questions or have other questions related to Darrtown, please contact the Darrtown.com webmaster.
1. Did the Milford Township high school, which was located, have official colors? If it did, what were the colors? From a few documents (mostly photographs, it appears the the official colors were blue and gold or blue and yellow. However, no definitive answer has surfaced.
2. Did Darrtown High School have an official mascot or team name? If it did, what was it?
3. What caused a small section of shingles on the Darrtown Lutheran church roof to "bubble" or rise above adjacent shingles?
4. What was the name of the implement company that occupied the Darrtown High School building, after the school closed?
5. Who were the "Rebekahs" of Darrtown? A reference to this group appears in a narrative regarding Peter Vinson; the citation reads, that Peter Vinson "was fraternally affiliated with the Masons and Odd Fellows at Hamilton and Oxford and the Rebekahs at Darrtown."
The image at the right was contributed by
Kim Johnson (January 2013).
Who are they?
When and where was this photo taken?
NOTE: On April 23, 2013, Rick Martin shared the following:
"I believe in the back row 3rd from left is John Darr , he was blind in one eye , Luther [McVicker] and Ben Bufler mentioned this.
I believe in back row, far right is Ben Bufler, I know he was also in the band.
"Cheesy" [Brincefield] in the middle was crippled and my mother delivered newspapers for him."
The image at the right was
contributed by Kim Johnson (January 2013).
Who are these people?
Why, when, and where was this photo taken?
Webmaster Note: It appears that this group may have been assembled at the northwest corner of the building that housed the Milford House (note similarities in the architecture).
Unknown "Old Timers"
Who are they? Who knows?
- Contributed by Kim Johnson (January 2013)