A HISTORY OF THE LONGFELLOW GARDEN

A HISTORY OF THE LONGFELLOW GARDEN
A HISTORY OF THE LONGFELLOW GARDEN
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The Longfellow Garden, in back of the Wadsworth-Longfellow House, is an oasis of green and quiet in the heart of downtown Portland. Originally looked after by members of the poet's family, including sister Ann Longfellow Pierce, the garden fell under disrepair by the early 20th century. This book tells the story of how the Longfellow Garden Club turned "an unkempt place" to the well-maintained historic garden it is today. Written by Dorris Ambler Porter. Paperback, 30 pages.