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View of a large Federal style house with tree lined lawn behind white picket fence in foreground. Plain oak frame.
prints (visual works)
albumen (egg white)
"Pittsfield, Mass., November, 1845" (Cursive script, black ink)
"Somewhat back from the village street/ stands the old-fashioned country seat./ Across its antique portico/ Tall poplar trees their shadows throw./ And from its station in the hall/ An ancient time-piece says to all.--- aForever--never! Never--forever!" (Gothic style lettering, black ink)
"Henry W. Longfellow" (Black ink)
"J. EASTMAN CHASE/ PAINTINGS/ ETCHINGS AND / FRAMES NO./ 7 HAMILTON/ PLACE/ BOSTON" (printed)
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882 (Author)
Chase, J. Eastman (Framer)
Pittsfield, MA, USA; Boston, MA, USA, Suffolk
21 3/4 x 27 5/8 (HxW) (inches)
Gift of Mrs. Greely S. Curtis Sr.
Massachusetts (United States)