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The Hunter art museum was built in 1904 Its original purpose was to be a home for the wealthy insurance broker Ross Faxon Its site was chosen to overlook the Tennesee river It was sold a to the widow of Benjamin F Thomas and then to George Thomas Hunter who later left the house to be used for the public after his death It was then opened as a art museum in 1952 It was completely restored in 1996 Its architectural design is that of the early 1900s It was built in the classic revival style and had many ornamental designs such as the egg and dart and acanthus leaf and flower motifs popular with designers of the time It symbolized wealth and an elaborate lifestyle The Chattanooga Choo Choo as constructed in the early 1900s It was the heart of Chattanoogas railway system Its architecture is a unique form of the Victorian style It was fashioned after a New York bank It was designed by Don Barber The dome is made of steel and is braced by red brick and it has colored emblems on the dome It was closed in 1970 and reopened as a hotel in 1973 It symbolizes luxury and comfort and has grand style The Thomson House was built in 1908 for former mayor Thomson It was restored to be a bed and breakfast for use in the Bluff View Art District It was built in Victoriansouthern style It was built for luxury and comfort It has an Audubon room with a large picture window It also has a large dinning room and music room It constructed on a site chosen to over look the Tennessee river It symbolizes hospitality by its large open porch
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