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BIRTHPLACE OF
JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL
BUILT IN 1767
OCCUPIED IN 1774 BY
LIEUT. GOVERNOR OLIVER
COUNCILLOR TO THE CROWN
AND LATER BY
ELBRIDGE GERRY
VICE PRESIDENT OF THE
UNITED STATES
A. KINGSLEY PORTER
GAVE THIS PLACE IN 1933
TO HARVARD COLLEGE



In case you’re wondering, those are lilac leaves. Not poison ivy. This is still a very fancy neighborhood, and they take good care of it.


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