The item is a hand-colored architect's rendering of "Kindergarten Room, Horatio G. Bent School: Bloomington, IL. The image is of an interior room with lots of tables and chairs that are low to the ground for children. There is a fireplace, eleven paintings on the walls, and flower beds by the windows.
Arthur Low Pillsbury was Bloomington’s most prolific architect. In Bloomington alone Pillsbury designed over 300 homes between 1892 and 1925. His work also included churches, libraries, and businesses.