During the mid-1930s, the most profound and modern alterations occurred to the interior of the house.
In the hall, a colonial-style staircase replaced an earlier one, and narrow oak flooring was applied over the original wide planks. One room on the second-floor shows evidence of original chair rail in the plaster. The doors appear to be original. Since no electric service existed, a central circuit box was installed in the basement, providing full electric service throughout the house. Telephone service was available as lines were installed on Friedensville Road. ...more