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Bedroom on the second floor of the Ferguson Mansion, possibly Mrs. Ferguson's room. Room includes a decorative wooden canopy bed, fireplace, small secretary desk, dresser with mirror, and several chairs.

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Dining Room fireplace on the first floor of the Edwin Hite Ferguson Mansion. The glass tile fireplace is credited to the Chicago firm of Orlando Giannini. The glass artwork depicts a flowering vine growing over a brick wall.

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Dining Room on the first floor of the Edwin Hite Ferguson Mansion. In keeping with the social nature of the Ferguson family, the dining room was used for both casual family dining and large social events. The dining table and side board shown in the…

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Dining Room on the first floor of the Edwin Hite Ferguson Mansion. The room is surrounded by a mural depicting several hunting scenes from the German folk tale "Der Freischutz." The dining table and side board shown in the image are among the few…

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Dressing room on the second floor of the Edwin Hite Ferguson Mansion. The room includes a large wooden three-way dressing mirror and a vanity set in front of the window. The room is adorned by bronze Tiffany Art Nouveau dragonfly light fixture which…

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Front entrance of the Edwin Hite Ferguson Mansion which now houses The Filson Historical Society. Built in the Beaux-Arts style, the mansion was built between 1901 and 1905, and was designed by the Louisville architectural firm of Cobb and Dodd.

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Guest room on second floor of the Edwin Hite Ferguson Mansion. The room includes a large bed, vanity with mirror, a fireplace, and several chairs.

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Library fireplace and mantel on the first floor of the Edwin Hite Ferguson Mansion. The mantel features a bronze bas relief by American sculptor Julia Bracken (Wendt), 1870-1942.

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Library on the first floor of the Edwin Hite Ferguson Mansion. The mansion's library is distinguished by its original built-in bookcases. The three overhead light fixtures (two of which are visible in this image) are the original Tiffany lamps custom…

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Main Hall fireplace on the first floor of the Edwin Hite Ferguson Mansion. This Renaissance Revival Caen fireplace is a solid piece that was carved in France and shipped whole to the United States. The two coats of arms on the mantel belong to Mr.…
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