Interiors

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The Drawing Room (viewed from Main Hall). Photo by Alexander Vertikoff, 2011.
The Dining Room. Photo by Alexander Vertikoff, 2011.
Stained glass on the entryway doors in the Main Hall, detail. Photo by Alexander Vertikoff, 2011.
The stained glass dome in the Sculpture Gallery (ca. 1900), detail. Photo by Alexander Vertikoff, 2011.
The Main Hall (with view to Parlor). Photo by Alexander Vertikoff, 2011.
The Reception Room (viewed from Main Hall). Photo by Alexander Vertikoff, 2011.
The Library (with view to Sculpture Gallery). Photo by Alexander Vertikoff, 2011.
The Drawing Room (with view of Parlor). Photo by Steve Hall of Hedrich Blessing, 2008.
The Dining Room. Photo by Steve Hall of Hedrich Blessing, 2008.
The Main Hall. Photo by Steve Hall of Hedrich Blessing, 2008.
Onyx fireplace, Drawing Room. Photo by Steve Hall of Hedrich Blessing, 2008.
Decorative ceramic wall tiles. J. & J. G. Low Art Tile Company, Chelsea, Massachusetts. Photo by Steve Hall of Hedrich Blessing, 2008.
Fire surround in the Smoking Room, depicting the god Mercury in limestone. Photo by Steve Hall of Hedrich Blessing, 2008.
Fire surround, Giannini & Hilgart. Iridescent glass tiles and lacquered cherry. Photo by Steve Hall of Hedrich Blessing, 2008.

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