I was with a senior group on a tour given by a gentleman who was extremely knowledgeable about the history of the building/construction/organization. All the detail of the building that was done in the late 1920's without all the knowledge and resources available today - it's really a treasure to see. It's beautiful to see & hear the history. Afterwards check out the café for lunch - chicken velvet soup is really good even in summer.
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