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Grandparents breakfast nook. Just out of the attic SBF 1924

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Posted 3 years ago

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Grandpa's home was built in 1924. I was born in 1955. The 1st floor bathroom was originally a breakfast nook room. This piece has been in the attic all my life. The paperwork that I feel is an over due bill for the item was in a secert panel drawer of my grandmothers dresser. It appears to be an item that was built for that room as the two pews are only finished on one side each. Signed on the back of one pew is Binghamton, NY Oct 13, 1924, Built by SBF leo. During the tropical storm Lee the roof was damaged and we saved the nook from it's attic spot just in time. Trying to find out more, the Binghamton Stickley store was closed before the item was bulit, so is't confusing. Any Stickley experts in the house?

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  1. RonM RonM, 3 years ago
    I had the same set in a small upstairs apartment of my house . The pews were secured to the walls. Unfortunately, I threw the set away during renovation work.My house was built in 1905.The set might have been installed in the late 30s,when the apartment was added.

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