Vocational Education Teachers Visiting Clinton Inn (now Eagle Tavern), Greenfield Village, 1954

Summary

In 1929, Henry Ford restored the Clinton Inn--a nineteenth-century stagecoach stop--with a modern kitchen and dining room to serve students of the Greenfield Village schools. The building was redecorated and opened for public meal service in 1951. Visitors could enjoy a cafeteria-style lunch in the dining room and view period-room exhibits in the formal parlor, barroom, and sitting room.

In 1929, Henry Ford restored the Clinton Inn--a nineteenth-century stagecoach stop--with a modern kitchen and dining room to serve students of the Greenfield Village schools. The building was redecorated and opened for public meal service in 1951. Visitors could enjoy a cafeteria-style lunch in the dining room and view period-room exhibits in the formal parlor, barroom, and sitting room.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Gelatin silver process

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 8 in

Width: 10 in

Eagle Tavern

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