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In the Lauriers’ time, this was used as a linen room. There are eight cupboards along both sides of the room. William Lyon Mackenzie King had this room converted to a breakfast room. He ate his breakfast here, and when he was home, lunch and supper as well. House guests would join him here for breakfast or afternoon tea.