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  • Subject contains "Hartshorne House (Wakefield, Mass.)"

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Date: ca. 1930
Description: "The Col. James Hartshorne House on Church Street is situated on land first owned by William Hooper, who in 1644 and 1650 bought two parcels of land on which he built his homestead. According to…[More]

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Description: "The Col. James Hartshorne House was built around 1681 on Church Street, the only road from Reading Common (now Wakefield Common) and the Square. The one 'small house' named in the original deed…[More]

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Date: ca. 1934
Description: "Town Meeting voted to purchase land at North Avenue and Church Street following a huge fire on September 26, 1929, which destroyed most of the Porter-Milton Ice House. The fire, reported to have…[More]

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Creator: Eaton, William E.
Date: 1937
Description: On cover: The Hartshorne House of ancient Redding in Massachusetts Bay Colony

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Description: Postcard shows a view of the Hartshorne House looking west on Church Street. The home was originally built before 1680 and was enlarged or remodeled several times. It was deeded to the town in 1929…[More]
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

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Date: 1954
Description: Postcard shows a view of the Hartshorne House looking west on Church Street. The home was originally built before 1680 and was enlarged or remodeled several times. It was deeded to the town in 1929…[More]
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

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Description: Postcard shows a view of the Hartshorne House looking west on Church Street. The home was originally built before 1680 and was enlarged or remodeled several times. It was deeded to the town in 1929…[More]
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

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Creator: Klapes, Jeffrey M., 1964-
Date: 04-26-2008
Description: Photos show the house located at 41 Church Street on the north side of the street near North Avenue. Probably the oldest extant house in Wakefield, the Hartshorne House was built in 1681 by Thomas…[More]