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T. A. Leonard Barn, Old Moscow Highway, Pullman, Whitman County, WA



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B&W Photos

HB1213206
Building In Context, Looking Northwest

HB1213207
South Southeast Elevation

HB1213208
West Elevation

HB1213209
Southwest Elevation

HB1213210
Northeast Elevation

HB1213211
Ground Floor Interior Looking East Southeast

HB1213212
Ground Floor Interior Looking South

HB1213213
Second Floor Interior, Detail Of Roof Framing And Floor

HB1213214
Second Floor Interior, Dormer And Roof Joinery, Vertical Composition

HB1213215
Second Floor Interior, Dormer And Roof Joinery, Horizontal Composition

HB1213216
Second Floor Interior Looking North Northeast

HB1213217
Roof Interior Looking East.


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Item Title


Location
Old Moscow Highway, Pullman vicinity, WA

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS WA-168
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-35).
Building/structure dates: 1917 initial construction
0.1986
Significance: The T.A. Leonard Barn is significant because it represents a period of agricultural development when farmers were experimenting with new production concepts and ideas to offset the rising demand of urbanization. The round barn form is a physical manifestation of the need and desire for a more convenient and efficient farming operation. Located on the eighty year-old family farm in the wheat-producing Palouse region, the Leonard Barn has remained relatively unchanged in its original form and rural context. It is one of two round barns remaining in Whitman County and one of ten remaining in Washington State.

Subjects
Agriculture
Barns
Circular Buildings


Related Names
Cline, James H.
Nys, Steven Eric, Delineator
Burger, David M., Delineator


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. BUILDING IN CONTEXT, LOOKING NORTHWEST
2. SOUTH SOUTHEAST ELEVATION
3. WEST ELEVATION
4. SOUTHWEST ELEVATION
5. NORTHEAST ELEVATION
6. GROUND FLOOR INTERIOR LOOKING EAST SOUTHEAST
7. GROUND FLOOR INTERIOR LOOKING SOUTH
8. SECOND FLOOR INTERIOR, DETAIL OF ROOF FRAMING AND FLOOR
9. SECOND FLOOR INTERIOR, DORMER AND ROOF JOINERY, VERTICAL COMPOSITION
10. SECOND FLOOR INTERIOR, DORMER AND ROOF JOINERY, HORIZONTAL COMPOSITION
11. SECOND FLOOR INTERIOR LOOKING NORTH NORTHEAST
12. ROOF INTERIOR LOOKING EAST.


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