The David Davis Mansion, completed in 1872, combines Italianate and Second Empire architectural features and is a model of mid-Victorian style and taste.
Known as Clover Lawn, it was the home of David Davis, the friend, mentor and campaign manager for Abraham Lincoln. As President, Lincoln appointed Davis as United States Supreme Court Justice in 1862.
The nominations round for The Pantagraph’s 2022 Reader’s Choice Awards is now open! Please nominate the David Davis Mansion for Best Historic Site and the Glorious Garden Festival for Best…More
The David Davis Mansion has joined Flickr! Please click here to view our page, which will, from this point forward, contain photos from our past events. Be sure to "follow" us on that platform…More
2022 marks the 150th anniversary of the construction of the David Davis Mansion, which is now a state historic site in Bloomington, IL. To commemorate this special milestone, the site’s foundation…More