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The Seed Warehouse No. 5 is a historic seed storage facility, now located on the grounds of the Plantation Agriculture Museum, a state park in Scott, Arkansas. It is a long rectangular structure, with walls that slope inward as they rise to a gable roof. The roof is topped by a series of gabled cupolas, each with windows and louvered openings. The main entrance is at one end, in a projecting gabled section. All of the exterior walls are corrugated metal. Built in 1948 by a prominent local cotton farmer, it is a well-preserved example of a modern mid-20th century cotton seed storage facility. It was acquired by the state in 1985 for the museum, underwent restoration in 2008, and now houses museum exhibits.
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