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Catalog Number/Object ID 2004-016-065
Object Name Booklet
Collection General Collection
Subjects The members of the Open House Day in Olde Marblehead Committee and organizations supporting the occasion. It contains a message from the General Chairman, Edward W. Farrell, a Forword by Charlotte F. Roads, a list of gardens, lectures and houses open for the event. The houses and buildings are: The Old Town House, an early 18th Century house at 11 Waldron Street, The Fettyplace House at 15 Waldron Court, The Lee Mansion, The King Hooper Mansion, St. Michael's Church, The "Lafayette House", the Nordon house at 15 Glover Street (sic) James Mugford's birthplace 13 Glover Street (sic),"The Hearth and Eagle", The Pedrick House, The John Devereux House on Franklin Street, the Azor Orne House on Orne Street, The John Dixey House also on Orne Street, Capt. Trevett's House at 65 Washington Street, Robert Hooper Mansion 181 Washington Street, the Col W. R. Lee house 185 Washington Street, and the Mansion House at 187 Washington Street. There is also a map, list of churches and public buildings and many pages of sponsoring businesses. Inside the back cover is a photo of the Spirit of '76.
Title Open House Day in Olde Marblehead, July 10, 1954
Author unknown
Publisher Open House Day in Olde Marblehead Committee
Published Date 1954
Published Place Marblehead
Physical Description Paper bound booklet of about 96 pages
Search Terms Marblehead Buildings
Marblehead Business
Lexicon category 8: Communication Artifact
Lexicon sub-category Advertising Medium
Condition Good