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A door in the Attic. The stage is straight ahead to the right. | James J. Hill House

A door in the Attic. The stage is straight ahead to the right. | James J. Hill House

Doors to the elevator mechanics (really a glorified dumb waiter—uses a manual pulley system). These are in the hallway going to the main area of the servants’ quarters in the James J. Hill House.

Doors to the elevator mechanics (really a glorified dumb waiter—uses a manual pulley system). These are in the hallway going to the main area of the servants’ quarters in the James J. Hill House.

Looking down the staircase from the Attic door into the servants wing. The door at the bottom (pictured) is Lena Peterson (later Olson)’s bedroom. She was head cook from 1910-1911. | James J. Hill House

Looking down the staircase from the Attic door into the servants wing. The door at the bottom (pictured) is Lena Peterson (later Olson)’s bedroom. She was head cook from 1910-1911. | James J. Hill House

James J. Hill House rear (south) Kitchen porch for the servants. The door is to the right-hand side of the photo.

James J. Hill House rear (south) Kitchen porch for the servants. The door is to the right-hand side of the photo.

Blind door into the China Closet/Butler’s Pantry behind the mahogany servants’ screen in the James J. Hill House Dining Room. The open door in the China Closet goes to the a short hallway. Photo taken looking south.

Blind door into the China Closet/Butler’s Pantry behind the mahogany servants’ screen in the James J. Hill House Dining Room. The open door in the China Closet goes to the a short hallway. Photo taken looking south.

White cast-iron radiator and pressure taps just inside the door of the Laundry Room in the James J. Hill House’s servants’ quarters.

White cast-iron radiator and pressure taps just inside the door of the Laundry Room in the James J. Hill House’s servants’ quarters.

James J. Hill House Library entrance features a portiere (curtain hung over a doorway or door).

James J. Hill House Library entrance features a portiere (curtain hung over a doorway or door).

Corner of the gatehouse main room. The door to the left leads to a bathroom and the door on the right is for a closet. | James J. Hill House

Corner of the gatehouse main room. The door to the left leads to a bathroom and the door on the right is for a closet. | James J. Hill House

The small and unrestored Servants’ Dining Room looking south from the doorway leading into the hallway. A door on the right-hand wall goes to the Pantry. The windows look over the south-facing servants' terrace/Kitchen Porch. | James J. Hill House

The small and unrestored Servants’ Dining Room looking south from the doorway leading into the hallway. A door on the right-hand wall goes to the Pantry. The windows look over the south-facing servants' terrace/Kitchen Porch. | James J. Hill House

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