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A wealth of Arts and Crafts detailing is evident in this view of the dining room and entry hall of the J. Knox Corbett House as seen from the living room.  The pendant wall sconce is a Stickley piece in oak, brass, and glass, and though not original, is contemporary with the home.  The small writing desk and the entry hall sideboard are both American pieces of unknown manufacture. With the exception of the hardwood floors, all of the home’s interior woodwork is inexpensive stained and varnished Douglas fir.