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This is off the hallway on the rignt. It is the bacl staircase from the second floor to the first floor.

There is also a window here.

Also off the rigt hand side of the hallway on the second floor are the steps going to the third floor.

Third Floor

A little refresher to help understand the third floor better. North side of the house, back of same, one window on the third floor.

The window there in the back is the insie of the wiindow in the picture above. Notice the doorway on the right. That is to a small bathroom.

Picture courtesy of Michael Trew.

To get our bearings back. This would be the north end of the third floor of this house.

Yoiu can see two "doors" in the previous pictue. This is the smallest of the two when opened.

and this is the largest of the two when opened.

Looking at the ceiling in this area. Modern plaster work.

Turning aound and walking south along the third floor hallway. Where the man closets to the camera, Tait Hilbert, is standign is where the stairway up from the second floor is located. We will get back to the that in a few.

CONTINUE ON TO Home of William Surles 8


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