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In the 19th century Erie, Pennsylvania, a specific area became a manifestation of the industrial development of the region. The elites built their homes as grand as possible, creating what is locally known as the ?Millionaire?s Row?. The Watson-Curtze Mansion is a part of it, making it a deserving candidate for its spot on the National Register of Historic Places.

Built in 1891, the Watson-Curtze Mansion is a good representation of how the upper class families lived way back when. Today, however, it is open for tours for parties interested in the rich history of the area, as well as how the rich folks lived in the years past.

Although the exhibits change from time to time, the family artifacts remain intact with the Watson-Curtze Mansion.
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