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Cotton MansionBuilt in 1908 by Joseph Cotton, the Cotton Mansion is a 16,000 square foot Italian Renaissance mansion with an incredible array of hand-carved stone, exotic woods, Fifteenth Century Italian marbles, beautiful mosaics and hand-carved plaster frieze ceilings.Experience the lifestyle of one of Duluth’s great historic figures, Joseph Cotton, Corporate attorney for US Steel (1901-1908) and independent council for John D Rockefeller through 1935. Cotton enjoyed a unique relationship with US Presidents, which included being chosen by Teddy Roosevelt to give his second nominating speech at the 1904 Republic Convention in Chicago. Relive the Era!
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Olcott House Bed & BreakfastPure luxury, unsurpassed refinement and hospitality await you in this grand 1904 Georgian Colonial Revival mansion. One of Minnesota's architectural gems! Six lavishly decorated, very private suites with fireplaces, DirecTV, DVD library and private baths. Relax in the Library, Music Room with grand piano and on the Grand Porch. Full candlelight breakfast served in Dining Room. Wine & cheese hour. Superb antiques. Experience the grandeur of this magnificent mansion.