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Woodlawn, Barn, Saint Georges Hundred, County Route 429, East of Route 428, Odessa, New Castle County, DE

Woodlawn, Barn, Saint Georges Hundred, County Route 429, East of Route 428, Odessa, New Castle County, DE

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Significance: The Woodlawn barn is the central element in J.K. Williams' new farm complex of 1886. In design, the barn responded to ideas current in period agricultural and builders manuals. With the cart sheds completing the court, the barn was the epitome of modern farming.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-50
Survey number: HABS DE-229-B
Building/structure dates: 1886 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
William Rose & Company
Williams, Jonathan K




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