The Dairy (by Edward Wang)
When someone says “Dairy”, you often think of milk, and that’s what The Dairy is about. In the 1800s, a milk disease spread wildly across North America. This serious disease was caused by chalk. The people who manufactured the milk surprisingly added chalk to the milk to make it seem whiter. The small building was made and people would manufacture safer milk to drink.
This building later was useless since the safe milk was back in to the world. So, as a conclusion, it was not used for anything, but turned it into a gift shop which is still standing tall now, today. This building was duplicated in 1950, it was then turned into a maintenance shed.
During 1979, the shed was cleared by the Central Park Administration and was for the first time used as a visitor center.