Once a false-fronted saloon, this fraillooking example of vernacular architecture has been a millinery shop, a goat barn, and a boutique named Skinny Winter. The balloon-frame structure has an outside stairway, now enclosed, which was a common arrangement to save precious interior space.
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Miners Home Saloon
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