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NRHP or not?
The historical marker at the property and the Tennessee Encyclopedia state that the building is in the National Register of Historic Places. I have searched the database and could not find an entry. The Victorian Village, which the building is part of, is registered. I am not sure if that automatically puts all buildings there in the register, too. Well, for the moment I use the Infobox:building and have commented out the Infobox:nrhp. Maybe someone can add the relevant information about the NRHP if it turns out that the building is in there. Thank you! doxTxob \ talk 23:24, 3 June 2009 (UTC)
"The second floor is accessible via a twenty minute video which can be seen in the carriage house which is also the ticket office." Unless it's a video by Valerie Frizzle, I don't see that happening. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 07:21, 9 July 2013 (UTC)