Tuesday, March 16, 2010
A few days ago, we posted a picture of the red "cracker" house located on the grounds of the Cedar Key Museum. It is known as the Whitman house, and is typical of a cracker house ("cracker" refers to an architectural style which includes large wrap around porches and lots of windows) from the 1920s. These two photos give an idea of what the inside looked like.
Posted by Lowell at 3:49 PM