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A Robert Frost Exhibit


 

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Photo Ronnie Couch
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The Frost farm, where the family lived from 1900-1911
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Another photo of the Robert Frost farm in Derry, New Hampshire. Note the stone wall.
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Another photo of the stone wall on Frost's farm.
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Robert and Elinor Frost at Plymouth, New Hampshire, 1911
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Known as the Frost House, this house was originally built for Massachusetts Agricultural College president Henry Goodell. The local papers noted that this Stick Style home was the more modern of houses in 1875 with hot and cold running water and a furnace.
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Frost's manuscript of a poem from A Boy's Will (1915)
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Frost in Franconia, N.H., 1915
Photo courtesy of Jones Library, Amherst
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Title page of an edition of New Hampshire (1923) limited to 350 copies.
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Cover to West-Running Brook (1928)
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J.J. Lanke's frontispiece to West-Running Brook
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Photograph of Frost c. 1936 by A. Allyn Bishop
Newport, Vermont
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(1943)
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Cover of a 1943 Armed Services edition of Come In and Other Poems
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(1959)
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Frost at Camp Cavendish (1957)
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Frost at Williams College, October, 1960
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Photo courtesy of Ronald Buchinski
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Photo courtesy of Ronald Buchinski
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Note: We have borrowed the book and manuscript illustrations above from the excellent and much alrger exhibit placed online by the University of Virginia. Click here to visit that exhibit.


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