Campbell house on Apple Island (faced North).

Object ID: 1980-001-067

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The Old House was a rambling, red-roofed, clapboard-sided, one-story structure. The windows were double-sash, six panes to the sash. There was a porch, the ceiling of which was supported by two wooden pillars. It was wide enough to accommodate fairly large, comfortable chairs. There was a central door and on the other side were windows. The porch floor was low, about a step above the path. The central doorway opened to a long, wide, low-ceilinged hallway which ended in a doorway leading into the dining room. This doorway, too, was halfway down the similar hallway which ran across the hall.