Elmwood-on-the-Opequon, the family home place in Jefferson County, WV was a favorite subject for Leone's paintings.
Her father, George Henry Bowers, purchased the farm in 1905 and Leone spent summers here growing up.
She married Clarence William "Ham" Hamilton on September 1, 1927 at Elmwood.
She and Ham retired here in 1968 and she set up a studio here where she painted until her death in 1981.
Elmwood-on-the-Opequon was listed in 2006 on the National Register of Historic Places. It started as a log summer kitchen and was converted to a residence circa 1830 with additions in 1842 and 1906. Five generations of Bowers, Hamilton and Leathers have called it home.
Elmwood as it looks in 2019 from the vantage point she most often painted from.