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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