Photo shows an interior room, possibly the entrance, to the Delger house. In the center is a curved staircase with a elaborate newell post. A runner protects the wood of the stairs. Halfway up the stairs is a small alcove with a statue. On the left side of the room is a small table with what appears to be a basket on top. On the right side of the room is a large coat rack with mirror and bench (all one piece). At the back of the room is a small door, possibly a closet. Next to the door is a small decorative folding screen and a short table with a potted plant on top. The floor is covered in a patterned carpet and a throw rug on top of that. (D. Curry, 7/30/99) Inez Brooks-Myers pointed out that the floor is covered in wall-to-wall carpeting with an oriental throw rug on top of the carpeting. Inez believes that the "wainscotting" as I called it is probably embossed tin.
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