Carl Vrooman's Suite
This spacious, masculine suite has a bedroom with queen-size bed and fireplace, an adjoining private sitting room with queen-size sofa bed and a private attached bathroom. The adjacent sitting room, where Carl and Julia would often enjoy afternoon tea, features a large window seat overlooking the original Carriage House and a peaceful park-like view of the Lincoln Oak Memorial and the south lawn. The private attached bathroom has a claw-foot slipper tub, perfect for soaking your cares away.
Contact the Vrooman Mansion Bed and Breakfast Inn to reserve this room while you visit Bloomington, Illinois.
As Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, Carl Vrooman was part of a commission of the first representatives of agricultural authority to investigate war problems of agricultural production in the allied countries in relation to similar problems in the US. The object of the investigation was to bring about "unity of purpose in allied agricultre toward the winning of the war." The Daily Bulletin [Bloomington, IL], September 12, 1918.