Compton Interior: hallway, staircase and entrance and fireplace.
13067 HABS PA 51-Germ 188-1 HABS No. PA-1682-7
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Note: The chandelier in this picture is in the conference room at Gates.
Compton was a summer home of the Morris family, who have long been associated with the Philadelphia society. The building, designed by the well-known architect, Theophilus Parsons Chandler, Jr., is a late 19th century eclectic stone structure and is particularly noted for its elaborate interior.
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|PLACE IN THE GARDEN||Compton|
|Photographer or Artist||Massey, James C.|
|Studio||HABS, Washington, D.C.|
|Year Range from||1960|
|Year Range to||1970|
|Number of images||2|