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Sloane Stanley Museum

Master Plan

This project consisted of a comprehensive survey and master planning study for the Sloane-Stanley Museum and the Early American Cabin, assessing various aspects of the buildings including structure, mechanical systems, weather envelope, and public regulations applicable to the building.

The Sloane-Stanley Museum opened in 1968, showcasing the early American tool collection donated by collector and artist Eric Sloane.  The Early American Cabin was constructed in 1974 by Eric Sloane to illustrate the lifestyle of the early nineteenth century as portrayed in the diary of Noah Blake, which is on display in the museum.  These buildings share the site with the Kent Furnace (c.1826), listed as a National Landmark on the National Register of Historic Places.