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Haas House (now Ox Yoke Inn)
The simple, unadorned brick house has, to a degree, been engulfed by an offshoot of several wings. As in a good number of Amana buildings, the street front of the house is the gable end of the building. The proportions and details relate to the Greek Revival.
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