The Volk Family Photo Album


Contributed by Betty Comstock


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Volk Family Name


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Notes & Memories






Photos of July 4th Celebration1924, written on back ; picture on left taken with Zion E & R Church in background.  Top right picture needs to be identified for location in Greenwood, Contact us.  Bottom right is parade with main street buildings in background, Volk Bros Tailor’s building, first one on the left.  Note in these pictures sidewalks were in place, but streets were not paved.


Photo:  Orlando “Rug” Buker


Source: Albums of the Volk’s and Wehrmann’s











Rug Buker was a nephew to Bertha and Caroline Volk.  He operated a “Coast to Coast Hardware Store” in the Volk Bros. Tailor building.  (Link:  )


Photo:  Val & Bertha Volk


Source: Albums of the Volk’s and Wehrmann’s











Unknown year picture was taken.


Photo: Home of Val & Bertha Volk


Source: Albums of the Volk’s and Wehrmann’s






Val & Bertha’s home was located on School street, north of the Greenwood school, on the east side.  This picture includes Caroline Volk who lived with her sister and brother-in-law after the death of William her husband.  Information from Gladys Wehrmann Tatalovich; Caroline rented her home to the principal of the school.  Caroline’s home was located south of the school on the west side of the street.










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