The Old Barn DanceThe Old Barn Dance is a 1938 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, and Joan Valerie. Written by Bernard McConville and Charles F. Royal, the film is about a cowboy and his buddies whose horse selling business is threatened by a tractor company that claims horses are out of date.â â â â â âPeter Westervelt House and BarnThe Peter Westervelt House and Barn is located at 290 Grand Avenue in Englewood, Bergen County, New Jersey. Built in 1808, the house was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 19, 1975. The barn has since been demolished, and the house now forms part of a professional office development.â â â â â âFromme-Birney Round BarnThe Fromme-Birney Round Barn near Mullinville, Kansas, United States, is a round barn that was built in 1912. The barn is 50 feet tall and 70 feet in diameter and built with 16 sides to appear round. It was built to house draft horses but the horses were eventually replaced by tractors as the years went on. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. The barn is now owned and operated by the Kiowa County Historical Society and is open daily for visits.â â â â â âAnne BarnÃ©oudAnne Barnoud (born October 31, 1983) is a French para table tennis player who competes in international level events. She is a three time World bronze medalist, double European team champion, she has won multiple medals in team events with Thu Kamkasomphou. She works as a police commissioner. .â â â â â âWestern barn owlThe western barn owl (Tyto alba) is usually considered a subspecies group and together with the American barn owl group, the eastern barn owl group, and sometimes the Andaman masked owl make up the barn owl. The cosmopolitan barn owl is recognized by most taxonomic authorities. A few (including the International Ornithologists' Union) separate them into distinct species, as is done here. The western barn owl is native to Eurasia and Africaâ â â â â âHexagon BarnThe Hexagon Barn of Newport, Maine is believed to be the only building of its type in the state of Maine. Located at Spring and Railroad Streets, it is attached to a c. 1850 Greek Revival Cape, and is believed to date to that time. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.â â â â â âBarn-owlsOrder: Strigiformes Family: Tytonidae Barn-owls are medium to large owls with large heads and characteristic heart-shaped faces. They have long strong legs with powerful talons. Barn owl, Tyto alba (A)â â â â â âGeorge Becker House, Bunk House and BarnThe George Becker House, near Los Ojos, New Mexico, was built in 1918-19. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. The house and historic outbuildings are located along the east side of La Puente Rd., south of Hatchery Rd., among fields and other buildings, just above the drop-off from the first plateau to the river. The house is stucco over wood frame, with half-timbering in its gable ends. About 70 feet (21 m) southeast of the house is horizontal log barn, about 18 by 60 feet (5.5 m 18.3 m) in plan, with crude double box notching. A bunk house duplex is about 50 feet (15 m) south of the house.â â â â â âBarn owlsOrder: Strigiformes Family: Tytonidae Barn owls are medium to large owls with large heads and characteristic heart-shaped faces. They have long strong legs with powerful talons. There are 16 species worldwide. Barn owl (Tyto alba)â â â â â âStallbohm Barn-Kaske HouseStallbohm Barn-Kaske House, also known as Bieker Woods and Heritage Park, is a historic home and English barn located at Munster, Lake County, Indiana. The house was built in 1909, and is a two-story, American Foursquare frame dwelling. It has a jerkinhead roof and is sheathed in clapboard siding. The English barn was built about 1890, is a 1 1/2-story wood frame building with horizontal siding on a brick foundation. The property is now a local public park.:5-6 It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.â â â â â âOlaf Stordahl BarnThe Olaf Stordahl Barn, in Kingsbury County, South Dakota near Arlington, was built in 1918. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. It is a Wisconsin Dairy Barn. It is a 50 by 67 feet (15 m Ã 20 m) barn built of brown, glazed clay hollow-tile bricks on its first floor. It has a concrete foundation and a gambrel roof. A concrete stave silo is attached.