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Contents : Volume 48, Number 170
Fall, 1957
The Infant Mariner
This article was originally written in 1910 by Anna T. (Stott) King (1843-1931). King was a captain's daughter and this account details a whaling voyage out of Fairhaven, Massachusetts.
The Art Collection of Horatio Greenough
American sculptor Horatio Greenough's art collection represented an artist's, rather than a collector's, taste. It was small, and apparently was not valuable, but it is interesting for what it reveals about his artistic preferences and Greenough's career. Nathalia Wright surveys this important collection.
The Parson Smith Homestead, South Windham, Maine
The Parson Smith Homestead was built in 1764 in South Windham, Maine. Still standing today, it is a well-preserved example of fine colonial architecture looking out across cultivated fields onto local farmsteads and the Smith-Anderson Cemetery. Nellie D. Spiller takes a look at the history of the house and the Smith family.