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Ashmore Farm Group (now part of Luther College)
These stone, brick, and wood barns and other buildings were a part of a large farm established in 1867 by retired English Army officer Capt. A. J. Ashmore. The long barn, with its stone first floor and dormered gable roof, exhibits the formality of a classically designed dwelling.
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