Grand staircase of the Oliver Bronson House, also known as Dr. Oliver Bronson House and Stables, is a historic landmark in Hudson, New York. It was originally built by architect Alexander Jackson Davis. It was an early example of the Hudson River Brackete
Madame de Florian, a French socialite & actress fled to the south of France during World War II. She kept her apartment, Paris on the Right Bank near the Opéra Garnier, in case she wanted to return.Since the apartment has been sitting untouched.