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Gore Place (1806), Waltham, Massachusetts; In winter. Brick Federal mansion designed by Legrand as a summer home for Christopher Gore, one-term Massachusetts governor and US senator.
Gore Place (1806), Waltham, Massachusetts.
Beacon Hill, Boston, Massachusetts; Temple Street looking up hill toward rear of Massachusetts State House.
Acorn Street, Beacon Hill, Boston, Massachusetts (black and white). With its cobblestones, gas lights and 19th century brick residences, Acorn Street is probably the most photographed street in Boston.
Chestnut Street, Boston, Massachusetts; Courtyard of one of the first buildings of the Mount Vernon Proprietors (c 1800) with Christmas decorations.
Historic Deerfield, Massachusetts, Williams House (1816-17); In snow. A large, Federal style residence on "The Street".
Jericho House (1801), Dennis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. A charming shingled quintessential Cape Cod house.
Jericho House (1801), Dennis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts; Interior showing hearth panelling and furnishings.
Old City Hall, Boston, Massachusetts (1865); detail central pavilion. Second Empire elaborations shine with Christmas decorations.
John Adams Courthouse ("Old Court House") (1893), Boston, Massachusetts. Heavily decorated late-Victorian public building.
Saugus, Massachusetts, Town Hall (1875). An outstanding survivor of the Victorian "Stick Style".
Stoney Brook Grist Mill, West Brewster, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Mill house and wheel, mill pond and much summer foliage.
Old Barn, Bay Window in Willows, Fatherland Farm, Newbury, Massachusetts. The handsome Federal mansion on the property burned in the early 1970s. This was all that was left of the old estate in 1974.
Old Barn in Fall, Newbury, Massachusetts. The photograph conveys the quintessence of New England fall.
Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, Massachusetts; Center Meeting House (1832). View of the pedimented and columned facade and the tower in fall foliage. Stagecoach in foreground.
Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, Massachusetts;Dummerston Covered Bridge in fall. The bridge was moved from Dummerston, Vermont.
Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, Massachusetts;Dummerston Covered Bridge across pond in winter. Covered bridges were a problem in winter. If you wanted to get across in your sleigh you needed to shovel snow onto the bridge!
Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, Massachusetts;Dummerston Covered Bridge from end.
Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, Massachusetts; Fenno House (1704). This house is much older than most of the other buildings in the village.
Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, Massachusetts; Livestock in pen in snow.