Too bad I didn’t learn how to play chess. Apparently is was “the game” back in the day.
The lobby had several chess boards ready to go.
The lobby was decorated with many stained glass windows…perhaps left over from the seminary days.
This photo gives you some idea of the grand style in the lobby. There were many seating areas and several library type rooms.
This is the atrium. An architectural beauty.
The sky lights left in some warm light on a chilly day.
The center decoration must be made of tile.
All around the perimeter were ornate tile floors.
There were seating areas all over. There was even a Grand Piano. And more chess sets.
There were balconies that opened into the atrium.
It was a fun place to visit. Next time I am staying for lunch and a stroll on the grounds.