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The Next-to-Nothing House.

[New England]. Carrick, Alice Van Leer.

The Next-to-Nothing House.

The Atlantic Monthly Press Boston 1923 Octavo, pp xx, 252, richly illustrated with b/w photos.
The story of the restoration and furnishing of an 18th century home in Hanover, New Hampshire, in which Daniel Webster stayed as a student and in which the founder of Wellesley College was born. A wonderfully warm story of old-home ownership.


Edition: Second edition
Binding: Original Green Cloth w/ illustrated cover
Condition: Good
Book Id: 1000

Price: $35.00

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