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.
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.
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
Door to servants' sitting room and dining room in basement
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