Based on a prototype built by Swift in Burlington, VT, similar buildings could be seen in the Northeast and other areas. This classic Greek Revival design was not unique to Swift. The garage annex is most likely an addition built when trucks became more common. Such a plant would get in whole carcasses in meat reefers to be cut up by butchers and shipped out.
Features precision laser cut wood parts engineered with tab and slot construction and utilizes peel and stick trim for maximum ease of assembly. Appropriate cast resin details and instructions with clear diagrams are included.