Sloan, Samuel, 1815-1884 / Sloan's homestead architecture, containing forty designs for villas, cottages, and farm houses, with essays on style, construction, landscape gardening, furniture, etc. etc.
Carriage-house and stable, pp. 290-292
292 HOMESTEAD ARCHITECTURE. are harness closets; C is a room for the coachman, or which may be used in unfavorable weather for mend- ing harness; two closets are opposite to it, in which oil cans, medicine bottles, etc. may be stored. D is an implement-room, or, under some circumstances, it may be used by the coachman as a sleeping-room. A flight of steps between the carriage-house and stable leads to the hay-loft, granary, etc. over; these are well lighted, as may be observed on the elevation, and may be arranged according to the wishes of the proprietor.
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