The Carson Mansion, anchoring the corner of Second and M streets in Eureka, is not open to the public, but is said to be one of the most photographed Victorian houses in the state. Legend has it lumber magnate William Carson used to sit in the tower and look down upon his toiling workers.
The Carson Mansion, anchoring the corner of Second and M streets in Eureka, is not open to the public, but is said to be one of the most photographed Victorian houses in the state. Legend has it lumber magnate William Carson used to sit in the tower and look down upon his toiling workers. Sam McManis smcmanis@sacbee.com
The Carson Mansion, anchoring the corner of Second and M streets in Eureka, is not open to the public, but is said to be one of the most photographed Victorian houses in the state. Legend has it lumber magnate William Carson used to sit in the tower and look down upon his toiling workers. Sam McManis smcmanis@sacbee.com

Eureka: A destination with plenty of Victorian buildings

December 13, 2014 4:00 PM

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