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Worsham-Rockefeller Room

Decorative Arts

On View: 19th-Century Decorative Arts, 4th Floor
MEDIUM Moorish smoking room from the John D. Rockefeller House
DATES built ca. 1864-1865; remodeled ca. 1881
DIMENSIONS 17 1/2 x 15 1/2 ft. (5.3 x 4.7 m)  (show scale)
COLLECTIONS Decorative Arts
MUSEUM LOCATION This item is on view on the 19th-Century Decorative Arts, 4th Floor
ACCESSION NUMBER 46.43
CREDIT LINE Gift of John D. Rockefeller, Jr. and John D. Rockefeller III
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CAPTION Worsham-Rockefeller Room, built ca. 1864-1865; remodeled ca. 1881. Moorish smoking room from the John D. Rockefeller House, 17 1/2 x 15 1/2 ft. (5.3 x 4.7 m). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of John D. Rockefeller, Jr. and John D. Rockefeller III, 46.43. Creative Commons-BY
IMAGE exterior, Copy of photograph Rockefeller House; Dr. Josepah W. Ernest Architect Rockefeller Family & Associates Room 5600 30 Rockefeller Plaza NY, NY 10020 CI 7-3700 (original photos for these negs), 46.43_neg22691-F_in_situ_exterior_cropped_acetate_bw_IMLS.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph
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