The new Dairy and Milking Salon at Sibley Farms, ca. 1931. At the time, the dairy business was making a push to develop hygienic milking processes, and the new Dairy and Milking Salon, completed in October, 1931, was the most modern of its type at the time. Perhaps the most unique feature of the building was a glassed-in gallery on the second floor where every afternoon from 3:30-5:30 the public could watch the gleaming stainless steel machinery moving spotless bottles along conveyor belts to machines that filled them with milk and capped them. On the hillside to the left is the Moose Hill or Sibley Mansion, built by Rufus Sibley in 1898. The mansion was destroyed in the 1938 Hurricane.