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Armstrong Mansion Tote Bag

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Our premium Tote Bags are hand-sewn in the U.S.A. and feature a high-quality print that’ll never fade. Constructed with a premium, canvas-like material and double-stitched for quality, our totes make amazing grocery and beach bags.

  • Available in three sizes
  • Crafted with durable, lightweight poly poplin fabric
  • Double-stitched seams and stress points
  • 1” wide cotton webbing carrying strap
  • Machine washable, tumble dry low
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Historical Victorian mansion landscaped with vivid flowers, bushes, hedge and trees. The house features plenty of gingerbread woodwork and intricate patterned brickwork. Francis Armstrong, two term mayor of Salt Lake City built his Queen Anne home in 1893. It was one of the few homes in all of Salt Lake City with indoor-plumbing and running water. The house had a master bedroom, Victorian dining room, library, parlor, and living quarters for house staff. Isabel Armstrong owned the building until her death in 1930.

The mansion was used as an office building, location of an acupuncture clinic, and even housed a motorcycle repair shop. Private investors restored the mansion and transformed it into a historic Bed and Breakfast in 1990. Capture the unique spirit and charm of your home with a custom watercolor painting! Sizes: 11" x 14" for $350.00 or 8" x 10" for $250.00. For inquiries, email me at victorian, gingerbread, house, vintage, landscape, nature, flowers, floral, flora, watercolor, architecture, Victorian, house, architecture, landscape, nature, garden, brick, flowers, garden, mansion, historic, watercolor, painting, vintage, gingerbread, trees, pine, fir, bushes,

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