Stoll House
35 State Street

This small brick house was built about 1850 and used simultaneously for five purposes: grocery store; cooper’s shop; jail (in the cellar) ; local poorhouse, where the owner offered meals for 25 cents which he charged to the county; and family residence. Mr. Stoll was also the village constable. The rear wing and dormers are circa 1910 additions.

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