It’s known as Commissary Depot or Quartermaster’s Storehouse, part of National Historic Site. In 1850’s the the first floor of the building held supplies used by explorers and soldiers while the second floor served as an office for Federal Judge Isaac C. Parker.
The inside of the first floor is as yesterday’s post.
Years ago, the best dressing up outfit might have been sewn by this machine.
he does something that nobody notices until he doesn’t do it.
The conditions at the federal jail at Fort Smith were so horrible that it received the nickname “Hell on the Border.” Up to 50 men were crowded into one large cell with limited ventilation and poor sanitary conditions. http://www.nps.gov/fosm/index.htm
and the sleeping and the waking,
and the rain and the harvest,
one goes and the other comes,
and we know nothing how nor where -Silas Marner, a novel by George Eliot aka Mary Ann Evans