I have been on many house tours and typically the guide can give you a sense of what it was like to live their and what the life must have been like for the owner. Eastman apparent did great things that I read about, but did not hear much about. Much of the tour was focused on an organ that was donated after his death, and seemed irrelevant to the history of Eastman. I left there not feeling like I knew much about him or his life. I would still recommend doing the guided tour and do all the reading and exploring on your own at the house as well.
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