The Kitchen houses a coal burning kitchen range and a stand alone cupboard.  The laminate counter on the north wall was surely added during the time it was used as a home for the aged, as were the linoleum wall coverings.  They were probably added at the insistance of health inspectors.  It is the only room in the house with tile floors (in a checkerboard pattern) typical of the style of the forties and fifties.  Although there are food preparation items spread throughout the museum, some of the more unique items are displayed here.