Philadelphia Day 3: The House

Mr. Du Pont also had a restored house on the property, with an addition — the two spaces bound together by another conservatory. For those of you who may know the Eastman House in Rochester, the two spaces echo each other slightly, no?

4 thoughts on “Philadelphia Day 3: The House

  1. for Jackie: It’s almost as if all these rich industrialists of a certain era had the same thing in mind when they built these lavish homes.

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