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  • Coverage contains "David S. Lynch Memorial Park (Beverly, Mass.)"

Description: Dawson Hall Tea Room, also known as the "Monastery", at David S. Lynch Memorial Park, 55 Ober Street. The building was destroyed by fire the night of June 28, 1966.

Description: Dawson Hall Tea Room, also known as the "Monastery" at Lynch Park. The building was purchased from the Sohier family and moved to Dawson Hall, the former Evans Estate. The building was destroyed…[More]

Date: 1910
Description: Carriage house for the Stetson Estate, later owned by Robert Evans. The Stetson Cottage was rented by President William Howard Taft for the Summer White House in 1909 and 1910.

Date: 1910
Description: Carriage house for the Stetson Estate, later owned by Robert Evans. The Stetson Cottage was rented by President William Howard Taft for the Summer White House in 1909 and 1910.

Description: Burgess Point (Lynch Park) as seen from Woodbury Beach

Description: Entrance the estate of Robert and Marie Evans who rented President Taft the Stetson Cottage as the Summer White House for the years 1909 and 1910. Now David S. Lynch Memorial Park, 55 Ober Street.

Description: View from the Evans Estate towards Hospital Point

Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for…[More]

Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for…[More]

Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for…[More]

Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for…[More]

Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for…[More]

Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for…[More]

Date: 1910
Description: In 1910, Marie Evans tired of people trampling across her estate to see where President Taft was summering. After he left, she had the Stetson Cottage, which the President rented, cut in half and…

Date: 1910
Description: Carriage house for the Stetson Estate, later owned by Robert Evans. The Stetson Cottage was rented by President William Howard Taft for the Summer White House in 1909 and 1910.

Description: The private landing used by President Taft and his family when they used the Presidential Yacht on the estate of Robert and Marie Evans(now Lynch Park), Taft rented the Stetson cottage, the summer…

Description: Photocopy of a photograph of the Dawson Hall Tea Room or "Monastery" being moved to the Evans Estate, 55 Ober Street. Marie Evans purchased the building from the Sohier family. It was destroyed by…[More]

Creator: Cole, Ruth T.
Date: 1958?
Description: Dawson Hall Tea Room, also known as the "Monastery", at David S. Lynch Memorial Park, 55 Ober Street. The building was destroyed by fire the night of June 28, 1966.

Creator: Cole, Ruth T.
Date: 1958?
Description: Dawson Hall Tea Room, also known as the "Monastery", at David S. Lynch Memorial Park, 55 Ober Street. The building was destroyed by fire the night of June 28, 1966.

Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for the…[More]