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    • Study with fireplace at Glenallen (1915-1945)

    • Glenallen (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Studies (Rooms); Fireplaces; Rugs; Ceilings; furniture
    • The study with a fireplace at Glenallen (also known as Glen Allen) is pictured. Glenallen, the home of Elisabeth Severance Allen Prentiss, was designed in the English manorial style by Charles Schweinfurth in 1914. The estate had 15 large rooms...
    • Dining room at Glenallen (1915-1945)

    • Glenallen (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Dining rooms; Chairs; Dining tables; Rugs; Ceilings;
    • The hand-carved chairs in the dining room at Glenallen (also known as Glen Allen) are pictured. Glenallen, the home of Elisabeth Severance Allen Prentiss, was designed in the English manorial style by Charles Schweinfurth in 1914. The estate had 15...
    • Dining room with room divider at Glenallen (1915-1945)

    • Glenallen (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Dining rooms; Ceilings; Tableware; Rugs;
    • The dining room at Glenallen (also known as Glen Allen), with room divider and crystal, is pictured. Glenallen, the home of Elisabeth Severance Allen Prentiss, was designed in the English manorial style by Charles Schweinfurth in 1914. The estate...
    • Dining room with fireplace at Glenallen (1915-1945)

    • Glenallen (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Dining tables; Fireplaces; Ceilings;
    • The dining room with fireplace at Glenallen (also known as Glen Allen) is pictured. Glenallen, the home of Elisabeth Severance Allen Prentiss, was designed in the English manorial style by Charles Schweinfurth in 1914. The estate had 15 large rooms...
    • Fireplace with urns at Glenallen (1915-1945)

    • Glenallen (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Fireplaces; Ceilings; Urns;
    • A fireplace with woodcarving at Glenallen (also known as Glen Allen) is pictured. Glenallen, the home of Elisabeth Severance Allen Prentiss, was designed in the English manorial style by Charles Schweinfurth in 1914. It was located at 3505 Mayfield...

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