Archer goes here on the night of his engagement and meets Ellen.
The section of seats at the opera is reserved for wealthy members of society.
During their courtship, Archer sends May a bouquet of lilies-of-the-valley every day.
Archer twice sends yellow roses to Ellen after leaving her house.
Letterblair, Lamson, and Low
Archer unenthusiastically practices law at this firm because it's considered the appropriate career for a gentleman.
This is the van der Luydens' country home on the Hudson River.
This is a play about love that reminds Archer of his relationship with Ellen.
This is the city in Florida where the Wellands vacation.
The Patroon's house
After the wedding, May and Archer spend their honeymoon here.
HOUSE OF LIGHT
A book of sonnets by the Victorian British poet D. G. Rossetti.
The town in...
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