Nancy Perzo and Karen Patton of The Tea Ladies, Inc. put on Victorian Tea Parties at the David Davis Mansion. The David Davis Mansion in Bloomington, IL, completed in 1872 for David Davis and his wife, Sarah. The beautifully restored, nineteenth-century estate tells the story of Judge David Davis, whose influence on Abraham Lincoln's legal and political career was crucial to President Lincoln's success. - Illinois Farm Bureau Partners Nancy Perzo and Karen Patton of The Tea Ladies, Inc. put on Victorian Tea Parties at the David Davis Mansion. The David Davis Mansion in Bloomington, IL, completed in 1872 for David Davis and his wife, Sarah. The beautifully restored, nineteenth-century estate tells the story of Judge David Davis, whose influence on Abraham Lincoln's legal and political career was crucial to President Lincoln's success. - Illinois Farm Bureau Partners

Nancy Perzo and Karen Patton of The Tea Ladies, Inc. put on Victorian Tea Parties at the David Davis Mansion. The David Davis Mansion in Bloomington, IL, completed in 1872 for David Davis and his wife, Sarah. The beautifully restored, nineteenth-century estate tells the story of Judge David Davis, whose influence on Abraham Lincoln’s legal and political career was crucial to President Lincoln’s success.

Nancy Perzo and Karen Patton of The Tea Ladies, Inc. put on Victorian Tea Parties at the David Davis Mansion. The David Davis Mansion in Bloomington, IL, completed in 1872 for David Davis and his wife, Sarah. The beautifully restored, nineteenth-century estate tells the story of Judge David Davis, whose influence on Abraham Lincoln’s legal and political career was crucial to President Lincoln’s success.