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Pacis Lounge and Malden Inn (Kreppsville Inn)
The inn was built in two phases by the Krepps family of West Brownsville. It is known for its unique datestones, the older (1822) of which is located between the chimneys on the west elevation, and is decorated with wheat sheaves, a plow, and a flying eagle carrying arrows in its talons. The second datestone (1830), located on the facade, is inscribed with the name “Kreppsville,” in the hope that a town would grow around the tavern. This 1830 datestone
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