Author: Robert Flower

The Everett Mansion, designed by architect George Oakley Totten, Jr., in 1909 in the 14th century English/Roman feudal mansion style. Totten also designed Everett’s Washington, D.C., home, now home to the Turkish ambassador.

The Everett Mansion, designed by architect George Oakley Totten, Jr., in 1909 in the 14th century English/Roman feudal mansion style. Totten also designed Everett’s Washington, D.C., home, now home to the Turkish ambassador.

 

Centennial Celebration

Centennial Celebration

 

 

Arriving guests traveled the mile-long drive through the “E” signature gates to the grand Porte Cochere entrance of the Mansion.

Arriving guests traveled the mile-long drive through the “E” signature gates to the grand Porte Cochere entrance of the Mansion.

 

The Abduction of Proserpine by 16th century Italian artist Allessandro Allori hung in the former ballroom, which is now known as the Everett Theatre. Today the painting is included in the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum.

The Abduction of Proserpine by 16th century Italian artist Allessandro Allori hung in the former ballroom, which is now known as the Everett Theatre. Today the painting is included in the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum.