Barnard Silver Lake Association/Sinclair Lewis Museum Committee spent the last two years fundraising in order to move a sugar house, thought to be a place where celebrated author Sinclair Lewis went to write, to the Dorothy Thompson Memorial Common next to the Barnard General Store, Dorothy Thompson was the wife of Lewis. The sugar house was located just above the Twin Farms, in Barnard.
The Sinclair Lewis Museum Committee very much hopes that those who desire will become Friends of the Sinclair Lewis Museum by donations. Checks should be made out to Barnard Silver Lake Association/Sinclair Lewis Museum Committee and mailed to Barnard Historical Society, P. O. Box 124, Barnard, Vermont 05031.
The following articles were printed in the Vermont Standard on this historic project.
Sinclair Lewis Museum Planned – Published November 3, 2011
Preserving Literary History: Sinclair Lewis At Twin Farms – Published November 22, 2011