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East Room

The East Room is the addition to the outbuilding that occurred sometime in the later 19th century. Unlike the West Room, this space was probably used as a living space and fullery.  There are few remnants of equipment that would be used for any type of trade, and the room contains a fireplace connected to a chimney that abuts the separate chimney of the West Room. This room  likely served as a living space for some members of the family when it was added. Electrical wires indicate more recent mid-20th century continued use, while stored building material (“provisional discard”) suggests that the area has been used only as storage space in the last three generations.

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