Exhibit 1: Lantern Slides
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Record 70/301
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Collection Edwin B. Worthen Collection
Description Munroe Tavern barn.

"This stood at the back of the Tavern and somewhat to the west. "Tavern Lane" is in the foreground. The barn was used for some years by the Lexington Golf Club as its headquarters before locating on Hill St. The "links" extended across Munroe Hill, about where Mrs. Sherburne now resides and across Marrett Rd. to near "Sheep Rock" (back of Don [Dan?] Ross' house). In the winter, there was a toboggan slide starting near Mr. Fernald's house, coming down where Miss Cook lives, across Mass. Ave. down to the railroad tracks."
Object ID Worthen.slide160
Object Name Transparency, Lantern-slide
People Cook
Fernald
Ross, Don
Search Terms Hill Street
Lexington Golf Club
Marrett Road
Massachusetts Avenue #1332, Munroe Tavern
Munroe Hill
Munroe Tavern, Massachusetts Avenue #1332
Tavern Lane
Subjects Barns
Golf
Roads
Toboggan slides
Title Munroe Tavern barn
The Edwin B. Worthen Collection, Cary Memorial Library

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