|Collection||Ferguson-White Family Photograph Collection|
|Object Name||Album, Photograph|
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 room is surrounded by a mural depicting several hunting scenes from the German folk tale "Der Freischutz." The back wall features a glass tile fireplace credited to the Chicago firm of Orlando Giannini. The glass artwork depicts a flowering vine growing over a brick wall. [SEE ALSO: 991PC16.12] The dining table and side board shown in the image are among the few remaining original pieces from the Ferguson family collection that is still housed at The Filson Historical Society.
[Album Page Number 9. The original address was 1410 South Third Street.]
|Place||Kentucky / Jefferson County / Louisville / 1310 South Third Street|
Ferguson-White Family Photograph Collection_991PC16
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