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Haney House Bathroom
Once a bedroom, this room became a bathroom when electricity and plumbing were both added to the house. The Haneys were able to get electricity quite early on because a family member, daughter Elizabeth's husband James Hawley, worked for the electric company. The plumbing fixtures were bought locally at MacKenzie's hardware, and the toilet tank is carved from a single, solid piece of wood. The pitcher and basin set belonged to Thomas Haney. These pieces are extremely old, and may have been brought with the family from Nova Scotia. The chair came from the first Haney Hotel on River Road.