The Corn Crib sat forlornly in a wooded area, across the road from a farmhouse owned by the Hadley family in West Hoosick. No doubt, it was once surrounded by other barns and livestock. But none were visible by 2001.
In the interim, small trees were threatening to overwhelm the Corn Crib, and raccoons had settled inside.
Filled with abandoned furniture and tools, the Corn Crib was at first difficult to “read”. Only after it was emptied, was it apparent that the Corn Crib was remarkably intact, skillfully constructed and of historic significance. Adding to its beauty was the gorgeous patina of its pine and oak timbers. More