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Creamery Square Heritage Centre


Accession number: AS.2010.584.01
Date: 1870s
Materials: wood, glass
Measurements: 243.8 cm H
Narrative: This is half of a set of double doors from the house of Anna Swan in Seville, Ohio. It is one of several in the house, which was torn down in 1948 due to disrepair. The doors were thrown into a boardpile and the men working decided to save them and store then in a haymow. This door came from an elderly lady in Seville.
Description: Large door with four inset panels of a lighter wood stain. Top two panels are much larger than bottom two and are curved at the top. Has low knob of white glass.