Frazier Farmstead Barn
The Frazier Farmstead Barn was completed in 1918. The barn was used as a
horse barn, mainly for carriage and riding horses. The Frazier's allowed
town people to rent space in the barn for pleasure horses. As late as the
early 1960's local people were stabling and pasturing their horses at the
farmstead. The barn has remained unused until recently when the pigeons
were screened out of the structure, it was power washed and cleaned for
the 'Barn Again' celebrating the Smithsonian Institution Exhibit in 1997.
The barn has a central spiral staircase to the hayloft. This stairway
appears unique to this barn. New wiring was installed to make the barn
light enough for the exhibit and hopefully to see it's use in the future
for various other exhibits and displays.
FRAZIER FARMSTEAD MUSEUM
Located at 1403 Chestnut Street
Milton- Freewater, Oregon
The Ole Barn!