The Charles Curtis home is the work of Seymour Davis, a prominent architect of the time. It was built in 1879. The mansion has several original chandeliers, ornamental plaster, a grand staircase with unique carvings, parquet floors, stained and jeweled glass windows, and four fireplaces – two white oak, one solid cherry, and one of Italian marble. The mansion contains a collection of historical memorabilia including some Curtis memorabilia. It is furnished with antiques, some from the Curtis family.
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