The meetinghouse is a simple rectangular two story building measuring 28 feet (8.5 m) by 36 feet (11 m). In typical Quaker fashion, both the interior and exterior lack any significant ornamentation. The interior was partitioned to separate the men from the women, although portions of the divider were movable. Seating consisted of benches, and there were fireplaces located on the women's side of both floors.
^Harold Wickliffe Rose. The Colonial Houses of Worship in America. New York: Hastings House, Publishers, 1963, p. 231. "109 East Hoosac Friends Meeting House (1786) Adams, Berkshire County, Massachusetts"