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John Thoreau, Sr. (b. 1787- d. 1858). Black and white photograph of Henry David Thoreau's father, John Thoreau, Sr.   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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John Thoreau, Sr. (b. 1787- d. 1858). Black and white photograph of Henry David Thoreau's father, John Thoreau, Sr. ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
Maxham Daguerrotype of Thoreau. A copy of one of the three known Maxham daguerrotypes of Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) in 1856. This daguerrotype was given to Theodore Brown of Worcester, Mass. Photographer: Benjamin D. Maxham, active 1848-1858. ©Thoreau Society / The Image Works
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Maxham Daguerrotype of Thoreau. A copy of one of the three known Maxham daguerrotypes of Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) in 1856. This daguerrotype was given to Theodore Brown of Worcester, Mass. Photographer: Benjamin D. Maxham, active 1848-1858. ©Thoreau Society / The Image Works
Postcard of Orchard House. Black and white postcard of Orchard House, the home where Louisa May Alcott wrote "Little Women." Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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Postcard of Orchard House. Black and white postcard of Orchard House, the home where Louisa May Alcott wrote "Little Women." Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
Gravestone of writer Henry David Thoreau in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in the village of Concord, Massachusetts, New England, USA 1997 © David Lyons / The Image Works
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Gravestone of writer Henry David Thoreau in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in the village of Concord, Massachusetts, New England, USA 1997 © David Lyons / The Image Works
Thoreau's Cove. Black and white photograph of Thoreau's Cove at Walden Pond, Concord, Mass. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (b. 1855- d. 1937).   ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project  / The Image Works
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Thoreau's Cove. Black and white photograph of Thoreau's Cove at Walden Pond, Concord, Mass. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (b. 1855- d. 1937). ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project / The Image Works
Postcard of Emily Dickinson's House. Black and white image of poet Emily Dickinson's house in Amherst, Mass. Created/Published: The Collotype Co., Eliz., N. J., and N. Y.   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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Postcard of Emily Dickinson's House. Black and white image of poet Emily Dickinson's house in Amherst, Mass. Created/Published: The Collotype Co., Eliz., N. J., and N. Y. ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
Sam Barrett's Mill-Pond. Black and white photograph of Sam Barrett's Mill Pond. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (1855-1937).   ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project  / The Image Works
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Sam Barrett's Mill-Pond. Black and white photograph of Sam Barrett's Mill Pond. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (1855-1937). ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project / The Image Works
Postcard of the Side of the Alcott House. Black and white image of the side entrance to the Alcott House, also called Orchard House. Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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Postcard of the Side of the Alcott House. Black and white image of the side entrance to the Alcott House, also called Orchard House. Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
Postcard of Orchard House. Black and white image of Orchard House  where Louisa May Alcott wrote "Little Women" among other novels. Created/Published: Mrs. G. N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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Postcard of Orchard House. Black and white image of Orchard House where Louisa May Alcott wrote "Little Women" among other novels. Created/Published: Mrs. G. N. Tanner, Concord, Mass. ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
Postcard of Boston Post Road. Black and white image of Boston Post Road in Concord, Mass. Created/Published:  Paul Revere Post Card Series A.   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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Postcard of Boston Post Road. Black and white image of Boston Post Road in Concord, Mass. Created/Published: Paul Revere Post Card Series A. ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
Postcard of The “Mill Dam." Black and white image of The “Mill Dam”, Concord, Mass. Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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Postcard of The “Mill Dam." Black and white image of The “Mill Dam”, Concord, Mass. Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
Postcard of the Munroe Tavern. Black and white image of the Munroe Tavern, Lexington, Mass. Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut.   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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Postcard of the Munroe Tavern. Black and white image of the Munroe Tavern, Lexington, Mass. Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut. ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
Postcard of Monument Mountain. Black and white image of Monument Mountain, Watchtower of the Falcons, Great Barrington, Mass. Created/Published: A. Wilkinson, Great Barrington, Mass.   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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Postcard of Monument Mountain. Black and white image of Monument Mountain, Watchtower of the Falcons, Great Barrington, Mass. Created/Published: A. Wilkinson, Great Barrington, Mass. ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
Postcard of Congregational Church, Guilford. Black and white image of a side view of the Congregational Church, Guilford, 1829.  Guilford, Conn. Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut.   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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Postcard of Congregational Church, Guilford. Black and white image of a side view of the Congregational Church, Guilford, 1829. Guilford, Conn. Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut. ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
Postcard of the Congregational Church, Milford. Black and white image of Congregational Church, Milford, 1823, Milford, Conn. Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut.   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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Postcard of the Congregational Church, Milford. Black and white image of Congregational Church, Milford, 1823, Milford, Conn. Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut. ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
Postcard of the Congregational Church, Canterbury. Black and white image of the Congregational Church, Canterbury, 1804. Canterbury, Conn. Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut.   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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Postcard of the Congregational Church, Canterbury. Black and white image of the Congregational Church, Canterbury, 1804. Canterbury, Conn. Created/Published: The American Scene, New Haven, Connecticut. ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
Postcard of "The First Part of Henry the Fourth" Relief. Black and white image of high relief sculpture of "The First Part of Henry the Fourth" by William Shakespeare (1564-1616). Artists: John Gregory (1879-1958) and Paul Cret (1876- 1945).   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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Postcard of "The First Part of Henry the Fourth" Relief. Black and white image of high relief sculpture of "The First Part of Henry the Fourth" by William Shakespeare (1564-1616). Artists: John Gregory (1879-1958) and Paul Cret (1876- 1945). ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
Goff's Falls. Black and white photograph of Goff's Falls, on the Merrimack River, in Manchester, NH. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (1855-1937).   ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project  / The Image Works
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Goff's Falls. Black and white photograph of Goff's Falls, on the Merrimack River, in Manchester, NH. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (1855-1937). ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project / The Image Works
Brister's Spring. Black and white photograph of Brister's Spring, Concord, Mass. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (b. 1855- d. 1937).   ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project  / The Image Works
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Brister's Spring. Black and white photograph of Brister's Spring, Concord, Mass. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (b. 1855- d. 1937). ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project / The Image Works
Pines Planted by Thoreau. Black and white photograph of pine trees, similar to the ones planted by Henry David Thoreau (b. 1817- d. 1862). Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (b. 1855- d. 1937).   ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project  / The Image Works
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Pines Planted by Thoreau. Black and white photograph of pine trees, similar to the ones planted by Henry David Thoreau (b. 1817- d. 1862). Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (b. 1855- d. 1937). ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project / The Image Works
Conantum Pool. Black and white photograph of a pool of water at Conantum. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (1855-1937).   ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project  / The Image Works
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Conantum Pool. Black and white photograph of a pool of water at Conantum. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (1855-1937). ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project / The Image Works
Curly Pate Hill. Black and white photograph of Curly-pate Hill. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (1855-1937).   ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project  / The Image Works
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Curly Pate Hill. Black and white photograph of Curly-pate Hill. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (1855-1937). ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project / The Image Works
Easterbrooks Country. Black and white photograph of Easterbrooks Country. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (1855-1937).   ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project  / The Image Works
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Easterbrooks Country. Black and white photograph of Easterbrooks Country. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (1855-1937). ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project / The Image Works
Walden Early Winter. Black and white photograph of snow on the ground at Walden Pond. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (1855-1937).   ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project  / The Image Works
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Walden Early Winter. Black and white photograph of snow on the ground at Walden Pond. Photographer: Herbert Wendell Gleason (1855-1937). ©The Thoreau Society / The Walden Woods Project / The Image Works
Postcard of a Replica of Thoreau's Hut. Black and white image of a replica of Thoreau's hut.Created/Published: Mrs. G. N. Tanner, Concord, Mass.   ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works
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Postcard of a Replica of Thoreau's Hut. Black and white image of a replica of Thoreau's hut.Created/Published: Mrs. G. N. Tanner, Concord, Mass. ©The Thoreau Society Collections at Walden Woods / The Image Works

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