The third floor hosts a gathering place/library for games and reading, visiting or sharing coffee with other guests and friends or enjoying a sing-along around the piano.
Today's tea room was once Ida Lindsey's apartment from 1922 until her death in 1944. For the Bohm family this was once the parlor. In 1898 Baron Von Richtofen (great uncle to the Red Baron) laid in state prior to his funeral at Fairmont Cemetery.
Ida was a woman of refined taste, and her hobby was painting bone china and creating more than 51 original patterns over her lifetime. (She also had a kerosene kiln in the basement)."