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    • Living room at Glenallen (1915-1945) with daisies

    • Glenallen (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Couches; Furniture; Paintings; Daisies; Interior decoration;
    • A settee with paintings, vases, and daisies 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...
    • Living room with paintings at Glenallen (1915-1945)

    • Glenallen (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Paintings; Furniture; Couches; Interior decoration;
    • The interior of the living room 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...
    • Settee and chairs in the study at Glenallen (1915-1945)

    • Glenallen (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Couches; Chairs; Bookcases; Studies (Rooms);
    • The settee, chairs, and bookcases in the study 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. It was...
    • Chaise longue in bedroom at Glenallen (1915-1945)

    • Glenallen (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Chairs; Sofas; Couches; Tables; Books;
    • A chaise longue is pictured in a bedroom at Glenallen (also known as Glen Allen). Glenallen, the home of Elisabeth Severance Allen Prentiss, was designed in the English manorial style by Charles Schweinfurth in 1914. The estate included 15 large...
    • Billard room at Glenallen (1915-1945), right view

    • Glenallen (Cleveland Heights, Ohio); Couches; Furniture; Billiard rooms;
    • The right view of the billard room at Glenallen (also known as Glen Allen) is pictured. Glenallen, the home of Elisabeth Severance Allen Prentiss, was designed in the English manorial style in 1914. The estate included 15 large rooms with several...

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