This room was used by overnight guests of the Van Orden Family. The location at the front of the house was considered an honor, and the room had windows and/or doors on all sides to provide good ventilation and light. A private marble sink is located in a closet on one side of the doorway, with built-in drawers for clothes on the other side. There is a private closet in the sw corner, and a doorway out to the balcony.
Sauk County History Room #1
This room chronicles the history of Sauk County from its earliest days of habitation up to the year 1837 when the Ho-Chunk tribe signed a treaty with the U.S. government ceding their Sauk County land.