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April 2005 - Posts

  • 280) Liquor keep

    280)   Liquor keep -April 27, 2005
                     Carpenter Ed Kostak continues work on constructing the liquor keep in the front parlor.  This is an important addition to the room and reflects the first 30 some years of the building's history as a tavern. 

    Work on the liquor keep, located in the front parlor of the Squire's Tavern.

  • 279) Volunteer work party

    279)   Volunteer work party - April 6, 2005
                     Volunteers move three 8" x 8" x 10" pieces of black locust to the wood shed to dry out.  They will be treated later with preservative and used as the sills for a small building that will house a informational kiosk and cover the exterior air conditioning units.  Walt meets with carpenter Ed Kostak and discusses design details for the tavern liquor keep.  A lot of effort has gone in to the design of the liquor keep including input from experts and visits to local taverns.  The liquor keep served as a secure storage area for tavern "supplies".

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