Historical society to celebrate grand re-opening of Rose Hill Museum

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  • A typical mother-of-the-bride dress c. 1910 currently on display. To the right on the table is the decorated stoneware cookie jar the Cahoons brought with them in 1810.

  • A masculine vignette in the library

  • One of the Cahoon "sisters" stands near an antique desk with an original family letter on display

  • Eugine Vicchio on her wedding day in 1912 wearing the same wedding dress currently on display at Rose Hill

  • Oil painting of the early Tuttle homes on Lake Road 

  • One of a number of original Cahoon letters on display as part of a "Back in Time" vignette

  • A painting of Rose Hill that is part of the collection

  • Revamped Country kitchen with primitive Saddler bench in the foreground

  • Revamped hearth area in Country kitchen

  • Example of new sign placard in each room with detailed information for a satisfying self-guided tour

  • Vicchio wedding dress on display in the Victorian parlor

  • Restored Wischmeyer boat collection

  • Bay Village had one of the first Girl Scout troops in the United States.

  • New handout describing the first home of the Cahoons in Bay Village and the replica which is once again open for visitors

  • The new sign placard for the Country kitchen

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