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Talmadge Mansion

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Talmadge Mansion exterior, n.d.
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This Queen Anne mansion with a massive brick tower was built by New York banker Henry Pearl Talmadge and designed by architect Douglas Smythe.  Located at 714 Belvidere Avenue, it took three years to build and was completed in 1887 at a cost of $45,000.  It is said to have measured 92 feet long and 62 feet wide with 33 rooms.  Lucy and Henry Talmadge had five children; Henry Talmadge, Jr. lived in the house until his death in 1968.  The mansion burned down on May 19, 1969 of suspected arson.

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Talmadge Mansion exterior, n.d.
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Talmadge Mansion exterior, n.d.
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Talmadge Mansion exterior, n.d.
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Talmadge Mansion exterior, n.d.
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Talmadge Mansion exterior, n.d.
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Talmadge Mansion exterior, n.d.
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Talmadge Mansion interior, n.d.
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Talmadge Mansion Parlor, n.d.
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Talmadge Mansion interior, n.d.
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Talmadge Mansion Gate House, n.d.
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Talmadge Mansion After Fire, 1969.
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Talmadge Mansion After Fire, 1969.
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