When visitors entered The Evergreens, the sight they were greeted with was meant to create a lasting impression. The entry hall exemplifies fashionable late Victorian tastes—note the dark red wallpaper, heavily gilded frames, and the luxury of ornate objects d’art. Built a generation apart and reflecting changing tastes over the course of the 19th century, the difference between the two Dickinson homes is striking.
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