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Letter: Historic table in Ladies Parlor at CUMC

Martha Berry writes:
In the Ladies Parlor there is (or was) a large table. That table was my Grandmother's' (Mrs Goodson). It was her piano when she was a child and was later converted to make that table. The small table in the picture is not the one. Grandmothers table was probably 4' by 6' and VERY heavy. The last I knew it was to the right of the door as you came in from the hall.

It was given to the Church by my Mother (Mrs. V.P Henry). To give you some idea of its age, my Grandmother was born in 1865, so it is well over 100 years old. I hope it is still there - it was almost tossed out several years ago.

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