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Breeding Barn & Stable (1878)

Weybridge, Vermont USA • Twenty structures were included in the U.S. Morgan Horse Farm's application in 1973, for listing this district on the National Register of Historic Places.


• The most significant of these is Joseph Battell's Morgan horse Breeding Barn & Stable. • French Second Empire style. Architect / Builder: Smith & Allen (Clinton Smith & William H. Allen).


• After Battell donated his farm of 435 acres to the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and the University of Vermont in 1907, it became the U.S. Morgan Horse Farm. In 1951 the farm was wholly acquired by the University of Vermont, when it became the UVM Morgan Horse Farm.


☞ On April 11, 1973, the National Park Service added this structure to the National Register of Historic Places (#73000183).


• Many more photos of the grand architecture of Clinton Smith. ∞ See a custom Google Map with geolocations for all these sites.


More Info: GeoHack: 44°2′40″N 73°11′10″W.

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Taken on May 23, 2009