Looking around the second floor of the original house.
Looking back to the auditorium on the second floor of the addition and ready to see what awaits us on the third floor of both the addition and the original house.
Let head on up. .
Take a moment to admire the superb craftsmanship.
You can see the bottom of a picture frame in this picture.
On the landing of that staircase between the second and third floors is this painting. This is hanging on the back wall, on the landing of the original house. The house was originally build in 1897. The addition to the house, the building in the back, was built in 1910. Where this picture hangs was originally a window.
On the other side of that door.
Looking back down the stairway from the third floor of the original house.
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