Vintage landscape: Hawthorne Lane

Vintage landscape/enclos*ure: Hawthorne Lane, Mass., early 20th c., via Library of CongressHawthorne Lane, East Gloucester, Massachusetts, between 1900 and 1920, by Detroit Publishing Co., via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

The signs on the tree: Direct to Hawthorne Inn (to the right), A.P.T. deHaas Gate Lodge (to the left), and Miss Willard’s Studio.

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2 responses to “Vintage landscape: Hawthorne Lane

  1. That is a breathtaking road with those wonderful trees and the curve. I’m ready to move to that town. Except all those trees are long gone I suspect.

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