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January 13, 2013
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Mayor Thomas Menino has all the comforts of home at the Parkman House, including his favorite chair.
Menino in the parlor of the Parkman House.
One of the two small kitchens that the Meninos use at the mansion.
The courtyard of the Parkman House.
The parlor features a piano and fresh flowers. The painting is on loan from the Massachusetts Historical Society.
The grand center staircase on the second floor looking up to the third floor.
A view of the second-floor parlor.
A famous painting on display at the house from the private collection of David G. Mugar.
Mayor Menino hosted a staff gathering in the formal dining room at the Parkman House, which has a 14-foot ceiling and a marble fireplace.
The small, sunny reading room on the second floor where Menino often works or reads.
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The Greek Revival mansion is on one of the most desirable streets in Boston, atop Beacon Hill.
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Mayor Menino’s Hyde Park home is modest in comparison to the Parkman House mansion.
Paul Connell/Globe staff/File 1975
A view of a dining area at the Parkman House in 1975.
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A photo of the front guest bedroom in 1980. Jimmy Carter slept here when he was governor of Georgia.
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The second floor study in 1980. The room was used by Mayor White and for conferences.
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The Parkman Center Courtyard in 1973.