Constructed between 1861 and 1914, the Mansion House was home to the 19th century utopian Oneida Community. Today, this National Historic Landmark houses a museum, overnight lodging, residential apartments, Zabroso Restaurant, and meeting and banquet space. The Oneida Community Golf Club is a short walk away.
“The Design and Promotion of Lady Hamilton Tableware: 1932 – 1954." Spanning the Depression, World War II, and the Eisenhower years, Lady Hamilton flatware was one of the longest-lasting patterns of Oneida's high-end silver plate.
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