|ID#||ORIGINAL USE: Smokehouse||PRESENT USE: None||CURRENT OWNER: Episcopal Church|
|OWNERS: unknown||LOCATION: Kuhlmann-Ryan Addition LOT: 0||DATE: unknown||HISTORICAL DESIGNATION: NO|
|BUILDERS: Unknown||CONSTRUCTED OF: Native Rock||CONDITION: Poor||DESCRIPTION: Old crumbling square building with one wood entrance and several window slits near the top of the sides. It is built of native rock; with a tin seam roof.|
HISTORY: This building was the type building that was built to preserve food, or protect a well [built over a spring]. It could also have been used as a fort to lend protection from Indians.
Source: Boerne Public Library files.
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