Cogswell’s Grant was the summer home of preeminent collectors of American decorative arts Bertram K. and Nina Flatter Little. In 1937 they purchased a 1728 farmhouse with a 165-acre property overlooking the Essex River .
After their deaths (1993), the Littles’ left their collection to Historic New England, which opened it to the public in 1998.
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Designed in 1888 however it begun its construction in 1892. Originally the Cathedral was designed in the Byzantine Revival / Romanesque Revival styles, but in 1909 the design changed to a Gothic Revival, the architect for this last style change was done by Ralph Adams Cram of the Boston firm Cram.
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AMAZING WORLD OF DR. SEUSS MUSEUM
This museum Honors Theodor Seuss Geisel ( born and raised in Springfield, Massachusetts), an American children’s author, political cartoonist, poet, animator, screenwriter, filmmaker, and artist, best known for his work writing and illustrating more than 60 books under the pen name Dr. Seuss.
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Former Shaker village in Hancock, Massachusetts that was established in 1791.
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