The plan of this unusual barn is similar to one published in Wallace's Farmer in the January 16, 1903, issue. This design was republished in 1907 and 1910 in the same magazine. The high attached sheds on either side of the barn obscure its nine-sided design, and its center interior configuration of six sides is not immediately apparent. The barn is sheathed in a combination of board-and-batten and vertical siding.
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