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Hans Ehlers Farm, Chickenhouse, F Street, Papillon 18 Damsite, Millard, Douglas County, NE

Hans Ehlers Farm, Chickenhouse, F Street, Papillon 18 Damsite, Millard, Douglas County, NE

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Summary

Significance: A small structure is located south of the farmhouse and is made up of shiplap siding over a balloon frame with a hip on gable roof with cedar shingles. A door and window are located on the east side and three windows on the south side. This building may have been used as a chicken house.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-40
Survey number: HABS NE-42-G

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Contributors

Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Weddington, Harry, photographer
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Location

Millard Mobile Home Park41.20646, -96.16330
Google Map of 41.2064604, -96.1633042
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