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Millard Fillmore House

CPC Catalog > Organization: Millard Fillmore House


Millard Fillmore, who served as the 13th president of the United States from 1850 and 1853, began his law and political career in East Aurora, New York. Fillmore built the house in 1826 for his bride Abigail. The Aurora Historical Society bought the house in 1975 and restored it as a historic house museum. Today, it contains many period pieces from the time President Fillmore lived there, c. 1830, including the president's bed and antique toys. Visitors can see the original pantry with tin ware and pottery, the restored fireplace, the Presidential Rose Garden with pre-1840 varieties, and the carriage barn.


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