These Old Barns

No two barns are alike in their construction or detailing

Some of Curt Musselman’s fondest childhood memories include time spent grading eggs with his grandmother or opening the gate for the sheep on his grandparents’ Fairfield farm. Today, he’s the seventh generation owner of the 125-acre farm including a picturesque barn built partially with stones cleared from the property in 1830. “The Musselman Barn–this is the reason why I’ve gotten involved in barn preservation,” he says.

Read These Old Barns: Preserving Adams County’s Agricultural Icons, cover story for Celebrate Gettysburg magazine, Jan/Feb 2014

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