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La Paix sitting room


View of a sitting room in La Paix, an estate located on York Road near Sheppard Station in Towson, Maryland. The room features a piano as well as a variety of furniture and visible in the background is an entrance to a dining room. Designed by Baltimore architect John Appleton Wilson for the Lawrence Turnbull family in 1885, La Paix was later home to authors F. Scott and Zelda Fizgerald from 1932 to 1933. It was razed in 1962 to clear land for St. Joseph Hospital.


circa 1910

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7.5 x 9.5 inches

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1 print

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