Each day, Clio connects thousands of people to nearby culture and history. Our website and mobile app are free for everyone and designed to make it easy to discover cultural and historical sites throughout the United States. You can search for nearby sites, take a walking tour, create your own itinerary, or simply go for a walk or drive and let Clio show you nearby sites using our mobile app. Clio is non-profit and free for everyone thanks to the support of people like you. Donations are tax- deductible! Click here to learn more!
T. A. Leonard Barn
T. A. Leonard was well aware of these trends and built his barn in order to feed and clean his livestock more efficiently and he also preferred more natural lighting. The round barn was a replacement for an earlier barn which burned down.
In 2000-2001, the barn was fully restored by Bill Leonard, grandson of T. A. Leonard. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places but is privately owned.
Sourceshttp://landmarkhunter.com/177611-t-leonard-barn. Retrieved 4-28-15. Burger, D. & Nye S. "T.A. Leonard Bar," National Register of Historic Places. 5-2-86. http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/86000963.pdfKomanchek, Wendy. Round Barns: Preserving a Truly American Tradition. Grit: Rural American Know-How. Accessed November 04, 2017. http://www.grit.com/community/round-barns.
Pullman , WA
This entry has been viewed 731 times within the past year