Near Mentor, Ohio. (Sony A7RII and Sony 16-35/4) This was probably a servant's house, or maybe a guest house. This was an active windmill for pumping water to the residences. There was also a gas separator to provide gas for cooking and lighting. This was President Garfield's personal office and library. Compared to today's standards, it was pretty small. Note the spittoons; there are two for no waiting. This the President's front porch. Imagine a relaxing night without a need for the Secret Service, a full press corp, and CNN. They have repaired the roof and some work on the back of the house. The front is next. According to the National Park Service, "It's gonna take a while...." Quite an unassuming front door for a Civil War hero and President of the United States. This from the rear of the house. Sometime this summer, I'm going back for interior shots. This was President Garfield's Presidential Campaign Headquarters. His entire national campaign was run from this small building behind his house. Almost unimaginable. Oh.... it did have a telegraph pole.