Lower right - Emmons barn was part of the farm we rented in Lyman, ME. It was built into a hill like a potato barn. Our horses had stalls in the lower level which had windows facing South and doors which opened into their pasture and paddock. The upper level held their hay, grain and tack.
Upper right - Bishop's barn, located in Kennebunkport, ME was owned by a man named Bishop Hutchins.
Lower left - Giles' shed, in Alfred, ME, was used to store hay. Cattle were pastured around and behind it, and had a roof for shelter.
Upper left - Donnelly barn, located in Kennebunkport, ME, is now somewhat remodeled. Horses are now boarded there.