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Vicksburg Inn (Raudenbush House)
Joseph S. Raudenbush's Victorian Eastlake mansion was a showcase for the carpentry skills of Enoch Miller. The gables, balconies, and porches are covered with intricate patterns of stickwork and spindlework, now painted with a palette of autumn colors; five tall chimneys soar above the riot of decoration. The steam-heated interior was equally elaborate with etched and stained glass and cherry, oak, chestnut, and walnut woodwork.
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