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Pillsbury Mansion

Charles S. Pillsbury House

The interior of the building was designed by Charles Duveen of London and incorporates many antiquities. Some of the many features are painted-glass medallions from 17th-century European churches and castles integrated into many of the large leaded glass windows, molded and carved plaster ceilings, imported oak paneling from English castles, pegged teakwood floors, and a hand-carved central staircase from an English castle. The massive carved oak fireplace to the right of the entry hall is from a castle in Shropshire, England, and the sculptured stone fireplace in the library is from the Guildhall in Chester, England, and dates from the Great Fire of London in 1660.

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