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Pasfield House Souvenirs & Gift Certificates
The Pasfield House has proudly developed a series of souvenirs and mementos of Springfield. Some of the Pasfield House souvenir gifts are decorator items relating to Springfield Illinois, the State Capitol, the Historic Pasfield House and, of course, to Springfield's most famous citizen, Abraham Lincoln. The gifts range from keepsakes to whimsical and from expensive to reasonably priced.
Souvenirs from the Pasfield House include:
Abraham Lincoln Statue standing with Gettysburg Address.
Often presented to important visitors to the city of Springfield, a distinguished looking full-body statue of President Abraham Lincoln, 22 inches tall, dressed in formal attire worn at the dedication of his memorable speech at the Gettysburg, cemetery Pennsylvania. Rolled in his hand is the speech that he delivered. This statue projects great detail and captures the solemn occasion. It may be shipped anywhere, enclosed in a foam container for safe delivery.
Famous Statue Recipients
Mayor Richard Daley, Letter of Thanks
Karl Rove, Advisor to President George W. Bush
History of the Illinois Executive Mansion
This illustrated coffee table book is the first history of the Illinois Executive Mansion, the official residence for Illinois governors since 1855. Drawing on period letters, diaries, and newspapers, author Dan Monroe has written a compelling narrative that humanizes the governors, first ladies, and their families. Lavish illustrations by artist laureate Kate Smith and period photographs bring the people and the times to life.
Springfield landmarks Pen and ink drawings by artist William Crook Jr.
The Pasfield House is literally a gallery for artist William Crook's drawings depicting the architectural detail of the exteriors and interiors of prominent buildings within the State Capitol Complex and greater Springfield. Crook maintains a rack of unframed, numbered prints available for purchase at the Pasfield House. These are great presentation gifts used by government officials and associations. William Crook Jr. prints may also be mailed directly to you. Prices vary. A collection sample is shown here.
1867 Bird's Eye View Map of Springfield Illinois
A very popular historic imagery of the time. The reproduction of the historic map was obtained from the division of maps at the Library of Congress in Washington DC. The imagery shows the development of the city of Springfield shortly after the civil war, with the Old State Capitol prominently featured in the town square and the soon to be completed current State Capitol southwest of the square on Second st. directly east of the Pasfield Family Estate bordered by Walnut and Pasfield streets.
Pasfield House Collectors Wooden Imagery
One of the collector series of historic sites in Springfield, The wooden block image of the Pasfield House is similar to images of Lincoln's home, The Old State Capitol and various other historic sites in Springfield. The surface is about 5-by-7 inches and is roughly an inch deep. The Pasfield House wooden figure is the right kind of collectors memento to display as a reminder of your visit to the Pasfield House, Springfield, Illinois.
State Capitol Dome Architectural Drawings
A reproduction of the original line drawing blueprint of the Capitol dome which towers over downtown Springfield and Illinois state government. The architectural drawing was done earlier this decade to assist in the restoration and preservation of the historic Illinois State Capitol. This 18" x 12" collector's item reprinted on glassy paper is suitable for framing and adds that right touch for those interested in architecture and government – a keepsake for those interested in both.
Commemorative reprints of the Lincoln era circa: 1860's Colorized Illustrations
During Lincoln's era, a popular form of media was the production of journals that provided written information and illustrations, For years Leon has collected these authentic illustrations depicting the Civil War & Lincolns campaign. Many of these original illustrations have been colorized and displayed as decorative art throughout the Pasfield House. Owner Tony Leone has created a series of his favorite depictions that allow modern day history buffs to relive 1860s in a colorized illustration version that almost brings the event to life. Leone hopes to package a series of these 1860s Lincoln commemorative illustrations for avid collectors.
State Capitol Dome Fireworks Extravaganza, framed photo
The Pasfield House is possibly the best location to watch a fireworks extravaganza at the State Capitol. This stunning picture depicts a glorious sight from the front porch Veranda of the Historic Pasfield House. In a wooden 18 x 24 gold tone frame, the depiction certainly captures the excitement of a fourth of July or New Years Eve celebration at the Capitol. Both dates are popular events in Springfield. The fireworks are shown with the Capitol dome in the forefront, traditionally fireworks are released on the east side of the State Capitol allowing an unencumbered view from Pasfield Street to the west.
“Springfield Road Trip” Baseball Caps
On your Springfield road trip, whether your visiting the state capital, looking for Lincoln or just traveling along Route 66, you will not want to cruise back home without your official “Springfield Road Trip” souvenir baseball cap. These caps are 100 percent cotton and come in various colors. With the emblem proudly displayed on the crown, bringing together three tourism symbols of Springfield; the State Capitol, Abraham Lincoln and Route 66, one of our hats is perfect with its companion windbreaker when the convertible top is down. The caps come in the following colors, Traditional Khaki, Faded Gray, Kelly green, Baby Blue, Butter Yellow, Soft Pink and Black.
Pasfield Cooking Classes Mementos
The Pasfield House kitchen chef's table has developed critical acclaim, whether we're hosting a cooking class, a demonstration or private party of friends. The Pasfield House offers to guests one of three mementos for that would-be chef or avid foodie who loves to entertain. The official Pasfield House kitchen chef table logo appears on a crest proudly displayed on a quality apron, carry-all canvas bags or chef's hat. You may want all three for that special gift or memento from the Pasfield House kitchen chef's table. We also offer these commemoratives with the Pasfield Cooking Classes LLCC Logo.
Pasfield House Gift Certificates
We also offer gift certificates for each of the following. Please inquire by phone or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Pasfield House offers three gift certificates for accommodations or popular services provided at the Pasfield House. If you're looking for something memorable to give that special friend or companion, we offer three certificates that fit different thresholds of gift giving. Contact inn keeper Tony Leone for scheduling and the personalization of that special gift. An attractive certificate is waiting for you to provide to your fortunate recipient.
Accommodations at the Inn
The perfect gift for a couple's romantic get away. Relax in one of the beautifully appointed suites at the Pasfield House, available for 1 or 2 night accommodations.
Certificates begin at $125
Wine Tasting in the Pasfield Wine Cellar
Join Pasfield House owner Tony Leone as he provides a private tour of the Pasfield House reflecting on the beauty of its architectural detail an historic significance.
Certificates begin at $100
Cooking Class Demonstration
Join one of the on going cooking classes in the Pasfield House Chef's Table. This wine cellar bistro is also perfect for booking that private party where friends can relax and enjoy fine wine and cuisine.
Certificates begin at $45