Print, Photographic
E. A. Everett Residence, Music Room. Material: paper. Size: 4" x 5". Description: black and white photograph of the interior of the Everett house, a view of the music room / parlor room; there is decorative stenciling on the upper portion of walls, the window has an arch inset with stained glass, draped with lace curtain panels, an upright piano in the corner, palm fronds potted and resting atop the piano, framed portrait on the wall, stuffed brocade settee and ornately carved straight chair, and a stuffed owl perched on the woodwork molding of the window. See accession 41.11.7. Everett Residence, Everett House, Everett Home located at 206 9th Street N.E. on the corner of 9th Street N.E. and Lake Avenue now 3rd Avenue N.E
The donor is the great-grandson of William Everett, co-founder with Aughenbaugh, of the E. A. Co Mill in Waseca County. The Everett home, built by William's son Edward Everett, overlooking the east end of Clear Lake, was a showplace in its time, a classic Victorian-style home, it was demolished in 1958; it was an architectural and historical loss to Waseca County. Everett Residence, Everett House, Everett Home. Lake Avenue became 3rd Avenue April 1928.