Heritage, Volume 10, Number 1, Winter 1992 Page: 12
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The formal parlor (below) is adjacent to the library.
The parlor is gracefully decorated in an 18th century
French manner, with silk lampas wall covering,
a gilt plaster frieze, and a romantic ceiling painting.
The restoration project, which took eight years, was
completed in 1991. (Far right) A relaxed Moody
family gathering on the front gallery of 2618
Broadway. Shown from left to right are: Clark W.
Thompson (daughter Libbie's husband); W. L.
Moody Jr.; Shearn Moody; Libbie Moody Thompson;
Mrs. Stewart (a family friend); Mrs. W.L.
Moody Sr.; Mary Moody Northen (standing); and
Mrs. W.L. Moody Jr. (Libbie).
12 HERITAGE * WINTER 1992
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