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Georgian paneling in the parlor of the Keith House at Graeme Park in Horsham.
The Keith House at Graeme Park in Horsham was built c. 1722 for Sir William Keith, the 14th governor of Pennsylvania. The home was purchased in 1739 by Keith's son-in-law, Dr. Thomas Graeme. Graeme installed fine Georgian paneling throughout the house in the mid-18th century. The paneling in the parlor dates to this time and still retains its original coat of paint.
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Album name:GraemePark / Graeme Park
Keywords:Keith House, Graeme Park, National Historic Landmark, Horsham PA, Dr. Thomas Graeme, Sir William Keith, Colonial Architecture, Elizabeth Graeme Fergusson
File Size:725 KB
Dimensions:1600 x 1200 pixels
Displayed:12 times
Date taken:2002:04:14 13:01:09
Exposure time: 0.025 s (10/400) (1/40)
Focal length:7.00 (70/10)
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