Exhibit 1: Lantern Slides
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Collection Edwin B. Worthen Collection
Description Poor Farm, Hill Street opposite Cedar Street.

"Residence of Thomas Moore. He was in Lexington before 1730 and the old part of the house probably dates around that time. A very prominent family - his daughter Lydia married Captain John Parker and his daughter Abigail married Henry Dunster, grandson of the first president of Harvard College. Town purchased the property in 1845. Buildings all torn down in 1930."
Object ID Worthen.slide161
Object Name Transparency, Lantern-slide
People Dunster, Abigail Moore
Dunster, Henry
Moore, Abigail
Moore, Lydia
Moore, Thomas
Parker, John
Parker, Lydia Moore
Search Terms Cedar Street
Harvard College
Hill Street
Poor Farm
Subjects Demolished buildings
Farm houses
Farms
Title Poor Farm, Hill Street
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