Booklet souvenir from the Beehive House is printed on cream colored paper in a black font. The front cover presents a watercolor graphic of the front of the house with "The Beehive House" printed above and "Erected 1854" printed beneath. The first unfolded view of the booklet displays the beginning of a poem entitled "Brigham Young" which refers to the man Brigham and his purpose for building a house. A comparison is given linking Brigham Young and the Beehive House to Washington and Mt. Vernon, Jefferson and Monticello, and Jackson and the Hermitage. A watercolor graphic of buildings in front of mountains is found on the page. The second unfolded view of the booklet discusses the topic of the wall built around the house and the presidential office buildings built nearby. Graphics depict views of the wall with the "eagle gate" and the office buildings. The third unfolded view contains verses about the front hall of the house and the sitting room. Corresponding graphics include a view of the front hall, a sofa and chair and a piano. The fourth unfolded view considers the topics of Brigham Young's bedroom, the sewing room and the north bedroom. Graphics depict Brigham's hat on a night stand, a bed and wash stand, an old fashioned sewing machine, rocking chair, and coal stove heater. The fifth unfolded view displays verse regarding the girls' room with its 14 foot ceilings, and the long hall which was used for family activities and formal entertaining of visiting dignitaries. Graphic views show the main staircase, a bedroom, and a view of the long hall with furnishings. The sixth view of the booklet includes verse about the kitchen, the men's dining room, the play room, and the family store which dispensed the foods, goods and materials for the large family. Graphics include a pot and butter churn, a kitchen stove and ice chest, a doll pram and chair and store shelves and counter. The seventh and last view of the booklet contains verses about the boys' room and the emotional closeness Brigham shared with his sons. A graphic of an old writing desk is shown on the page. Reference to the author and artist, S. Dilworth Young, is made on this page. The back cover of the booklet shows a red graphic of Brigham Young's seal, centered on the page.
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