The Feed Barn is a very hard building to find any photos of. This photo shows in the upper left the Brooder Barn, and the Feed Barn is in the middle on the right side. The taller, Barber style building with the chimney is the Squabery Manager's Home.
The Feed Barn was used to hold the chicken, duck, and
pigeon food for the various departments located near it. The Feed Barn
is an unusual building in that it is now built in the Beaux Arts, or
Barber style of architecture. The Feed Barn is built of solid brown
block and does not support a red tile room. Initially you would think
that the Feed Barn was built prior to the development of the definitive
Anna Dean Farm architectural style, however this is not true. The Feed
Barn was built in 1910, and supports a date stone on the East side of
the building in the gable underneath the lunette window.
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