An early log-construction corncrib and shed at the Oconaluftee Mountain Farm Museum, Cherokee, N.C.
Photo by Galen Parks Smith
A typical western Pennsylvania corncrib with hatches in the gable roof for filling.
Photo by Sam Moore
An elevator-equipped double-corncrib with bins for small grains on the second floor above the center driveway, circa 1928. When horizontal slats were used as siding, the top edge of each board was beveled outward to shed water.
Illustration courtesy Sam Moore
This six-sided corncrib was produced by Economy Housing, Wahoo, Neb.
Photo courtesy Keith Summerfield
Economy Housing was still in business as late as 1968: This advertisement appeared in the Oelwein (Iowa) Daily Register of May 24, 1968.