By: Iris Drzewiecki
An intriguing story that opens the door on a wealth of local history.
The Warren Hull House stands like a silent grey sentinel guarding its own history. For almost two hundred years, it has survived on its own without any special outside protection. It almost seems as though it weathered the years under the protection of some special providence, some kind spirit watching over it.
Iris Drzewiecki's work has appeared in Instructor, School Library Journal, Library Talk, Cobblestone, The Buffalo News and The Roycroft Review.