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Corcoran mansion pedestrian entrance

Corcoran mansion pedestrian entrance

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Corcoran mansion pedestrian entrance

The pedestrian entrance to the property from Connecticut Avenue. When this photograph was taken by Frances Benjamin Johnston, c. 1900, the house was owned by Corcoran’s grandson William Corcoran Eustis and his wife Edith Morton Eustis, daughter of Benjamin Harrison’s vice-president, Levi Morton.

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