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This is part of a joined group of old structures at the edge of Union Oregon, which I have always known as the Pony Barn, or Levy Barn.
Adolph Levy arrived in Union in the 1860's and he and members of his family operated a successful dry goods business for many years. Historians, forgive me if I am wrong but I believe the building on the right was used as a carriage house and barn for prize cart ponies the family raised. These days the walls are starting to lean and have been propped up with poles.
At the opposite end a marvelous octagonal building is attached. Go to the March 4th, 2008 blog post to see my painting of it.