Janet Kanter-Purcell, the great-great-grandaughter of Ezra and Eliza Jane Meeker, displays a ceremonial coin given her by Puyallup mayor John Hopkins, right. She and her husband, Duncan, delivered a loveseat to Meeker Mansion on May 28. The piece was purchased by Ezra in London near the turn of the century and used to be among the mansion’s furnishings.
Janet Kanter-Purcell, the great-great-grandaughter of Ezra and Eliza Jane Meeker, displays a ceremonial coin given her by Puyallup mayor John Hopkins, right. She and her husband, Duncan, delivered a loveseat to Meeker Mansion on May 28. The piece was purchased by Ezra in London near the turn of the century and used to be among the mansion’s furnishings. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Janet Kanter-Purcell, the great-great-grandaughter of Ezra and Eliza Jane Meeker, displays a ceremonial coin given her by Puyallup mayor John Hopkins, right. She and her husband, Duncan, delivered a loveseat to Meeker Mansion on May 28. The piece was purchased by Ezra in London near the turn of the century and used to be among the mansion’s furnishings. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

Loveseat once owned by Meeker family makes its return to Meeker Mansion

June 06, 2016 11:21 AM

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