This is a 16’ x 20’ Hemlock and Oak frame we recently designed, cut and assembled for the Bethel Historical Society.  It is a replica of Dr. Mason’s office/lbrary that once stood on the historical society’s property.   The frame showcases two methods of tying a building together, the english tying joint and a wedged dovetail.  The frame will be left exposed on the interior and used as a teaching space.