The breakfast room, doubling as William’s home office, is arguably the only space where his sense of style can be seen. Distinctly paneled with non-native mahogany, it combines oriental decorative features with a strong craftsman influence.
Look closely at the space through a series of images that reflect the look of the House in its current, restored setting. Click each image to expand for a closer look.
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Learn more by viewing collection objects from the space and examining historic photos from the Archive. Click each image for details.
Breakfast Room c. 1915. Image courtesy of the Eunice R. Benckenstein Library & Archive.