A place to dream away the idle summer hours

July 1991
Yankee;Jul91, Vol. 55 Issue 7, p100
Describes an old farmhouse for sale in Tamworth, N.H., the summer resort community for Bostonians in the 19th century. Farmhouse owned by same family for over 100 years; Description of farmhouse; Activities.


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