The Rookwood Tea Room featured tiles designed and made by Cincinnati's famed Rookwood Pottery. During WWII, it was used as a USO headquarters. Today, the room serves as the Rookwood United Dairy Farmers Ice Cream Parlor.
Photo from Library of Congress


A detail from the Rookwood Tea Room. When installed in the early 1930s, the tile work cost 6 thousand dollars. Today, it is priceless.
Photo from Library of Congress

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