Bob Evans Double-Crib Log Barn

Bob Evans Double-Crib Log Barn (HM2M9A)

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N 39° 51.577', W 83° 6.151'

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Crib barns were made of rough-hewn logs notched and laid horizontally; gaps went unfilled to save labor and provide ventilation. The multifunctional structures sheltered livestock, held feed, stored equipment, and more, such as housing a blacksmith shop.

This barn, originally built in Perry County, was dismantled and stored before being purchased and reconstructed by the Bob Evans Farm.

They later donated it to the Southwest Franklin County Historical Society and the City of Grove City. Replacement logs and other lumber were donated by Andy Deshong. Blacksmith Jim Brown, a SFCHS member, hand forged replacement hinges and latches.

Original Location: Perry County, Ohio
Original Construction: ca. 1860-1890
Transferred: 2009
Reconstructed: 2010-2011
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HM NumberHM2M9A
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Placed BySouthwest Franklin County Historical Society
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Date Added Saturday, October 26th, 2019 at 2:01pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)17S E 320155 N 4414291
Decimal Degrees39.85961667, -83.10251667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 39° 51.577', W 83° 6.151'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds39° 51' 34.62" N, 83° 6' 9.06" W
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