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Oldfashioned Stove Attached To Fireplace Stock PhotoArchitecture,Brick,Color Image,Day,Domestic Room,Durham - North Carolina,Fireplace,History,Home Ownership,Indoors,Innovation,Museum,No People,Photography,Simple Living,Strength,Travel Destinations,USA,Vertical,Wood Burning StovePhotographer Barry WinikerCollection: Photolibrary Barry M. WinikerWood-burning stove inside farmhouse at Duke Homestead and Museum, National Historic Landmark, Durham, North Carolina, the South, USA. Furnishings and household items on display are representative of those in use in farmhouses of region during mid-nineteenth century. Plain vernacular house with Greek Revival influence, constructed 1852 by Washington Duke. Two-story frame building originally contained only four rooms, two on either side of a central chimney. Where Washington Duke opened his first tobacco factory. Tobacco became key industry as a result of Washington Duke's beginnings with development of pipe tobacco. Duke's sons later founded The American Tobacco Company, largest tobacco company in world.