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The barn floor will be jacked up, the roof fixed, and an exhibit of farm tools from Boxford's agricultural past may someday be created, said Brian Gregory, president of the Boxford Historical Society.
With the antique farm tools gathering dust, two years ago Gregory managed to steer Stuart Whitehurst, a Skinner Inc. director and an appraiser on the PBS antique appraisal show "Antiques Roadshow," out to Boxford.
"We went through the barn and found there were a lot of unique agricultural tools from Boxford's past," Gregory
The tools were not valuable separately, but together they had worth as a collection that showed how Boxford
used to farm.
At the same time, society members noticed the barn's foundation stones had come loose, and they noticed the sagging floor.
has shown a renewed interest in farming, Gregory
"If we are going to fix it," Gregory
said, "why not fix it as an exhibit."
In the spring, Gregory
attended a Massachusetts Historical Commission seminar on barns and listened to Sturgis talk about their preservation.
"Wow, this guy knows his
stuff through and through," Gregory
spoke with Sturgis and learned he
would soon be in Topsfield, so he
asked Sturgis to swing by Boxford
to check things out.
This assessment, which costs $6,000, will lead to the final price to fix the barn, built sometime in the mid- to late 1800s, Gregory