David Davis Mansion, Bloomington Illinois

The mansion of Judge David Davis is in Bloomington IL. He was behind Abraham Lincoln’s rise to national power. Davis was a Supreme Court judge. He died in 1886, with 20,000 people attending the funeral. The mansion was completed in 1872, at a cost of $75,000. It boasted speaking tubes, doorbells, indoor plumbing, hot and cold running water, and gas-fired chandeliers. The mansion underwent a seven year, $2.58 million restoration, and was re-opened in 1992.

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