A 132-year-old building on the site of the Shoal Creek Living History Museum in Kansas City, North, caught fire overnight, leaving behind ashes, bricks and the smell of burnt wood.
The building, known as the Stollings House and named for David Y. Stollings, was built about 1885. It was one of 17 buildings on site that had been relocated to Hodge Park to become part of the outdoor museum.
A Kansas City Fire Department spokesman said he had no information to provide when reached by phone Thursday afternoon.
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