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The Victorian Parlor

Furniture and other pieces associated with the history of the Victorian era are grouped here in a parlor setting. Among these are one of the first pianos made in the United States. A collection of European bone china, a rocking horse (with horse hair tail and mane) and two folding chairs with Brussels fabric are well over a century old. A huge framed charcoal drawing of Mrs. Elias Ziegler in her "widow's weeds" is hung in one corner. Her husband was paid by the Harmonists in 1869 to build a stone fence and revolving gate at their Harmony cemetery. This site is nearby on PA Route 68.

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