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Right Circa 1940, the Wetherill family were the


second owners and


resided in the home for thirty years.


Courtesy Wetherill family, (Coons Collection)


with bedrooms at the front of the house and the kitchen and dining room in back. It is believed that after visiting the Sheldon Hodge house while it was under construction, the Beardsleys asked May to flip the floor plan, thereby moving the bedrooms to the back of the house.


To the right of the saguán, or entrance, is the breakfast room and kitchen, both rooms still claim the original cabinetry, California cooler and built-in tin-lined flour bins.


The living room connects rooms at both ends of the house and is the largest living 22


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