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Several years ago I bought a chair at a woodcrafters shop. This chair was 3 fold in its function and it was called a "Bachelors Chair". Supposedly the design was from Thomas Jefferson.

It was a chair you could sit on (but was not for comfort). It had a rather large drawer below the seat and the back of the chair folded over the seat to make an ironing board.

I did not get custody of this chair during a divorce, and at this point I would love to try and build one.

I'm looking for plans or suggestions to where I might look for the plans for this unique piece of furniture as I'd love to make it to give to my daughter.

Any help would be appreciated.

Steve McCullough

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Bingo Phillip. Except for the drawer, this is it. I guess the step stool over rides the drawer. I'll order this today and thanks so much.

Steve McCullough

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