Some articles on barns, barn:

Stone Barns Center For Food & Agriculture - History
... The land where Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture now sits was once part of the Rockefeller estate, which has existed in the Pocantico Hills area since the 1890s ... The stone barns themselves were commissioned by John D ... Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture as it exists today was created by David Rockefeller, his daughter, Peggy Dulany, and their associate James ...
Blue Hill Restaurant
... Greenwich Village, Manhattan in New York City, with a second location (Blue Hill at Stone Barns) in the Pocantico Hills about 30 miles outside the city ... Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation while Blue Hill at Stone Barns was recognized as one of the Top 40 Restaurants in the U.S ... some of their ingredients from the Stone Barns Farm ...
Round Barns In Illinois Thematic Resources - Barns - Wheeler-Magnus Round Barn
... The Wheeler-Magnus Round Barn is the only round barn listed on the National Register of Historic Places located in Cook County ... The barn was added to both the Round Barn MPS and the Register in 1992 ...
Château De Janvry - The Main Building - The Small Courtyard
... This courtyard is surrounded by barns and granaries forming a closed square where poultry, cattle and other farm animals used to be raised ... All barns still have many traces of past activities ... The attics above the barns are sumptuous with their vaulted ceilings and large oak beams from the local forests ...
Bishop's Storehouse - Tithe Barns
... In some locations barns were built to store tithed crops ... These are the only known tithe barns in America ... These barns have been overlooked by architectural historians and there are no published studies about these unique, extremely rare barns in America ...

Famous quotes containing the word barns:

    I see before me now a traveling army halting,
    Below a fertile valley spread, with barns and the orchards of summer,
    Behind, the terraced sides of a mountain, abrupt, in places rising high,
    Walt Whitman (1819–1892)