Excerpt from The Old Fairbanks House
In addition to the main chimney we shall notice a smaller one in the east ern wing. The western wing never had a chimney, the rooms having been principally used by the hired men as sleeping apartments. Although con nected with the main par... t by a door, it stands as a separate house, being built up against the older structure, as may be seen by an examination of the cellar. (this wing is supposed to have been built about I654.)
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