Bellevue House IV
One last posting from Kingston’s Bellevue House, just some pictures so you can get the feel of this Victorian era home that is a Canadian National Historic Site.
The laundry area.
The kitchen was a much simpler place to eat than the dining room!
Isabella Macdonald’s room. She was Sir John A.’s first wife who died young.
The Macdonald family cradle was brough to Canada in 1820
Sir John A. MacDonald’s study.
A Boot Bath. With no running water this oddly shaped tub probably kept the water warm longer. The servants would bring the hot water in pitchers and pour it in.