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2nd floor bathroom (composite)

2nd floor bathroom (composite)

A rotating motion composite of the bathroom on the 2nd floor. The bathtub and toilet were actually opposite the sink, with the exterior window along the one exterior wall. The bathtub of course appears to be original: note the lack of a shower head (tub only). The toilet and sink appear to have been modern retrofits. It is interesting to note the wood panels on the wall by the tub: an unusual architectural choice given the likely high moisture in this room. Also of note is the extra-large heater near the window. It must've been quite cold to hop out of the tub around the turn of the 20th century!

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