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Nichols House Museum  
55 Mount Vernon Street
Boston, MA 02108

This house museum preserves and elucidates both its Federal Period origins and the lifestyle of the occupants that used the structure at the turn of the Twentieth Century; the four-storey house was constructed in 1804, and is considered a significant example of “early domestic architecture on Beacon Hill.” The house is also noted for having been the residence of Rose Standish Nichols from 1872 to 1960; Nichols is famed as a writer, landscape architect, a founder of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, and as the author of three volumes on the gardens of Europe that have become classic reference sources on the subject.

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