Photograph of two hillsides, taken by John Lemberger. One hillside rises in the foreground at right, and the other rises behind it in the background at left. A small pile of rocks and planks sit at center on the hillside at right. Trees stand on the hillsides in the distance.
Photograph of the Superlative Roller Mills building near Germanville taken by John Lemberger. The building appears to be made of lumber and stands atop a slight hill; it is viewed from the front and side. The building is four-stories tall with a cupola on the roof at center. Another small building extends behind it on the right. Painted signage on the front and side of the building reads, "SUPERLATIVE ROLLER MILLS." A driveway curves toward the building in the right foreground. Overgrown grasses stretch in front of the building at left.
Photograph of the Miller family home as it stood in Germanville in 1900. The house is viewed from a low angle. The front of the house faces towards the left with one row of 4 large windows on the lower level and another row of 4 smaller windows above them. Large trees stand in front of both visible sides of the dwelling. A fence extends at an angle upward from left to right in the foreground and then expands upward from right to left in front of the house.
Photograph of 9 members of the Lemberger family posing for a photograph in front of the front left corner of a house. H. H. West was only able to identify 3 of the persons in this photograph; they are: John Lemberger (2nd from left), Minnie West (4th from left) and Henry Lemberger (middle, or 5th from left). The group stands in a row with some standing on a wooden plank walkway that extends from the porch to the left side of the image. Some stand in the grass in front of the walkway. The side of the house extends behind and to the left of the group; the front of the house extends behind and to the right of them. The front porch stands to the right of the group. Beyond the porch at right, a bell sits atop a wooden pole.
Photograph of the front of the Superlative Roller Mills building near Germanville, taken by John Lemberger. The building is viewed at an upward angle and stands at center; it is four stories tall. A man and woman stand in front of the left side of the building. A doorway at center is open and a narrow wood ramp extends from a closed-off opening right above it. At right, ramps and stairs lead to a smaller building (partial view). A smokestack stands behind and to the left of the smaller building.
Photograph of a farmhouse, taken by John Lemberger in Germanville. The small farmhouse is viewed at an angle from the side. It is white with three windows in a row on the long side. A few chickens(?) graze in front of the building. A barn (partial view) stands in the background at right.
Photograph of a truss bridge in the near distance spanning a river, taken by John Lemberger near Germanville. Three of its spans are visible. Two stone bases rise out of the water and support the spans. In the foreground at left, the river bank contains large pieces of debris. Large pieces of debris are also in the river at right.
Photograph of a church and adjacent graveyard, taken by John Lemberger in Germanville. The church stands in the distance at center and is viewed from the back and the side. In the foreground, headstones dot the ground on the right. A tree stands at left.
Photograph of a tree standing in front of a fence, taken by John Lemberger in Germanville. The tree appears to be split; the right side is covered in leaves and the left is barren. A picket fence stretches behind it across the image. A large patch of dirt is in the foreground. Some tall grasses grow to the left of and around the tree.
A photograph of what remained of the Lemberger family's original log cabin home in 1900 at Germanville. It is viewed from an angle with two sides of the abode visible. There is a gap between the roof and the logs on the shorter side of the cabin which faces right. A large haystack stands in the foreground at left and partially obscures the cabin. A barn stands to the right of the log cabin. Portions of a fence can be seen in the foreground at right and between the log cabin and barn.