To Preserve The Home Of The Author Of “Little Women” As A Memorial

From June 25, 1911

TO PRESERVE THE HOME OF THE AUTHOR OF LITTLE WOMEN AS A MEMORIAL

TO PRESERVE THE HOME OF THE AUTHOR OF “LITTLE WOMEN” AS A MEMORIAL: “Orchard House,” Where Louisa M. Alcott Lived, Is to be Bought by Admirers of Her Books and Kept as a Literary Shrine. (PDF)

Orchard House is today a National Landmark, on the U.S. Register of Historic Places. You can visit the museum’s official website, and visit the house next time you’re in Concord, Massachusetts.

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June 22nd, 2011 at 11:20 am

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