The Back Bedroom
Shown in the above photograph
are the windows in the back bedroom,
which are across the back and on the East side.
This room is the largest of all the bedrooms.
there was a lovely set of bedroom furniture here.
It was a creamy white color, with a raised design
at the curved foot of the bed and on the middle of the head
The design was that of flowers in a vase.
The flowers were hand painted.
The set was probably a very expensive group of furnishings.
It was given to Bertha by her best-loved uncle,
one Lewis Soenala,
who was wealthy to the maximum with the Osage oil royalties.
There was an armoir, a large mirrored chest,
and a small dressing table with three mirrors on it.
The mirrors were set on hinges so that they could be turned,
allowing the person to see their reflection from all sides.
There were heavy draperies in this room,
which gave it a private, secluded feeling.