Category:A. H. Davenport and Company
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- A. H. Davenport and Company was a furniture manufacturer, cabinetmaking and decorating firm founded by Alfred Henry Davenport (1845-1905) in Malden, Massachusetts.
- He employed designers such as Francis H. Bacon, and produced high-end and custom furniture.
- The company created furnishings for the Iolani Palace in Honolulu, Hawaii, and The White House. Works by the company are in the Smithsonian Institution and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
- The word "davenport," meaning sofa or sleeper-sofa, comes from the company.
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- JJHH2ndFloorLanding.jpg 129 KB
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