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  • Subject contains "Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930"

Date: 1909
Description: Executive Office of President William Howard Taft, 2nd floor, 240 Cabot Street. The building was destroyed by fire August 10, 1954.

Description: President William Howard Taft speaking at the cornerstone laying ceremony for the Beverly YMCA

Date: ca. 1910
Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: "Hand colored"-verso post card.;In 1911 and 1912 President William Howard Taft rented "Parramatta" from Mrs. Henry W. Peabody as the Summer White House. Located atop the hill on Corning Street…

Description: In 1911 and 1912 President William Howard Taft rented "Parramatta" from Mrs. Henry W. Peabody as the Summer White House. Located atop the hill on Corning Street between Pearl Street and Sylvan…

Description: In 1911 and 1912 President William Howard Taft rented "Parramatta" from Mrs. Henry W. Peabody as the Summer White House. Located atop the hill on Corning Street between Pearl Street and Sylvan…

Description: President William Howard Taft's Executive Office, 2nd floor, 240 Cabot Street. The building was destroyed by fire August 10, 1954.

Description: Executive office for President William Howard Taft, 240 Cabot Street, when the summer White House was in Beverly. The building was destroyed by fire August 10, 1954. For one year, the office was…[More]

Description: President Taft's family outside the Summer White house in Beverly.

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.