"The Cory complex includes an oak timber-framed dwelling house; a two-story, double-pile, gable roofed, center-chimney house; a cow barn; and foundations of various out-building. Surrounded by stone walls, the buildings are situated on the west side of Cornell Rd. amid open meadows and cow pastures." (from Anne W. Baker's Site and Building Summary - Cory Farm Complex)

Cory House: Family History

Cory House: History

Cory House 008: Front of Cory House before Restoration

Cory House 008: Front of Cory House before Restoration

Cory House 292: Beginning Renovation on Front

Cory House 292: Beginning Renovation on Front

Site Plan Drawing

Site Plan Drawing

Cory House Renovation: Plat and Lot Map

Cory House Renovation: Plat and Lot Map

Cory House 062: Original Back Entry

Cory House 062: Original Back Entry

Cory House 221: Old Kitchen

Cory House 221: Old Kitchen

Cory House 121: Old Kitchen Firebox

Cory House 121: Old Kitchen Firebox

Cory House 456: Renovating Interior

Cory House 456: Renovating Interior

Cory House 430: Renovated Interior

Cory House 430: Renovated Interior

Cory House 320: Roof Stripping

Cory House 320: Roof Stripping

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