A peacock greeted us on the way up the stairs.
The center hall was set up for bridge as Mrs. Dooley loved the game. She would entertain her friends here in the afternoons.
This is the view from the bridge table. As you can see there is a third floor that was not on the tour.
Beside the stairwell, to the left, is a door for the servants to come up from the basement. There is an elevator in this home all the way to the basement as well as additional stairs for servants to use.
Next to the center hall of the second floor is Mr Dooley's dressing room.
Then we come to his office.
Mr Dooley's bedroom.
Next door to Mr. Dooley's bedroom is Mrs. Dooley's dressing room.
|This 18" waist dress was on loan from the Valentine Museum
|This scrapbook reminded me so much of the paper dolls I used to make with my Nanny
Then we come into Mrs. Dooley's Bedroom. She obviously loved swans!
|Louis Vuitton trunk
|Tiffany chair made for Mrs. Dooley
|Beautiful view upon leaving the front door