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 +The original Hatch Experiment Station barn burned April 5, 1891, and a new barn was immediately begun upon an enlarged plan designed by Prof. Brooks.
-Hatch Laboratory is a 2½ story front gable structure with one-story side gable wings on its north and south sides. The building has a T shaped footprint, with the front gable section projecting forward of the wings on its east elevation. The front gable section is flush with the wings on its west elevation. Hatch Laboratory has a slate roof, wood shingle walls, white painted wood trim, and a brick foundation. The building has four hip roof cupolas with ventilation louvers. The front gable section contains two of the cupolas and each of the windows has a single cupola. The building is 11 bays wide and three bays deep. +Hatch Laboratory barn is a 2½ story front gable structure with one-story side gable wings on its north and south sides. The building has a T shaped footprint, with the front gable section projecting forward of the wings on its east elevation. The front gable section is flush with the wings on its west elevation. Hatch Laboratory has a slate roof, wood shingle walls, white painted wood trim, and a brick foundation. The building has four hip roof cupolas with ventilation louvers. The front gable section contains two of the cupolas and each of the windows has a single cupola. The building is 11 bays wide and three bays deep.
The main entry is in the projecting front gable section of the east elevation. The central door is set within a Georgian Revival door frame that consists of fluted pilasters and a pediment with dentil molding. A 6/6 wood sash window is located to either side of the door, close to the corners of the front gable section. The second story of the front gable section has two 6/6 windows, which are vertically aligned with the first story windows. The gable peak contains a large central oval with louvers, which is flanked by small rectangular louvered panels. The oval has Federal keystone motifs at the top, bottom and sides of its frame. The east elevation’s one story north wing has four evenly spaced 6/6 windows. The east elevation’s south wing was partially hidden by a construction trailer in September 2008, but appeared to contain a door at either end, with two evenly spaced 6/6 windows between the doors. The main entry is in the projecting front gable section of the east elevation. The central door is set within a Georgian Revival door frame that consists of fluted pilasters and a pediment with dentil molding. A 6/6 wood sash window is located to either side of the door, close to the corners of the front gable section. The second story of the front gable section has two 6/6 windows, which are vertically aligned with the first story windows. The gable peak contains a large central oval with louvers, which is flanked by small rectangular louvered panels. The oval has Federal keystone motifs at the top, bottom and sides of its frame. The east elevation’s one story north wing has four evenly spaced 6/6 windows. The east elevation’s south wing was partially hidden by a construction trailer in September 2008, but appeared to contain a door at either end, with two evenly spaced 6/6 windows between the doors.
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