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James Allen Stone Barn

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Area  less than one acre
NRHP Reference #  87001658
Added to NRHP  29 September 1987
Built  1856
Opened  1856
James Allen Stone Barn
Location  2½ miles southeast of Earlham
MPS  Legacy in Stone: The Settlement Era of Madison County, Iowa TR

The James Allen Stone Barn is a historic building located on a farm southeast of Earlham, Iowa, United States. Allen acquired 280 acres (110 ha) in 1855, and is thought to have built this barn to house his draft stallions. The single-story, one-room structure is composed of locally quarried rubble stone. The entrance on the east side and a window on the west side both have arched openings. The interior had four stalls for the horses. Frame lean-tos were added to the north and south elevations at a later date. The barn was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.

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