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The Old Manse in Concord
The Old Manse in Concord
The Old Manse in Concord where Nathaniel and Sophia moved after they were married. Eventually they were unable to pay their rent and were asked to leave.  (photography by Terri Whitney)
The Old Manse, illustration from frontispiece of Mosses from an Old Manse, from <I>Hawthorne's Works, vol. 2</I>
The Old Manse, illustration from frontispiece of Mosses from an Old Manse, from Hawthorne's Works, vol. 2
from the 1882 Riverside Press 15 volume edition of Hawthorne's works published by Houghton, Mifflin & Co. in Boston  (courtesy of Halldor F. Utne)
Emerson's \"Old Manse,\" Concord, MA
Emerson's "Old Manse," Concord, MA
Emerson's "Old Manse," Concord, MA (Photography by Joseph R. Modugno)
Rear View of Emerson's \"Old Manse,\" Concord, MA
Rear View of Emerson's "Old Manse," Concord, MA
 (Photography by Joseph R. Modugno)
Side View and Gardens of Emerson's \"Old Manse,\" Concord, MA
Side View and Gardens of Emerson's "Old Manse," Concord, MA
 (Photography by Joseph R. Modugno)
Gardens at Emerson's \"Old Manse,\" Concord, MA
Gardens at Emerson's "Old Manse," Concord, MA
 (Photography by Joseph R. Modugno)
The Old Manse, Concord, MA
The Old Manse, Concord, MA
The Old Manse is the home where Hawthorne lived at the beginning of his marriage to Sophia; from A Journey Into the Transcendentalists' New England by Robert Todd Felton (courtesy of Robert Todd Felton)
Garden at the Old Manse, Concord, MA, which Henry David Thoreau planted as a wedding gift to Hawthorne and his bride, Sophia
Garden at the Old Manse, Concord, MA, which Henry David Thoreau planted as a wedding gift to Hawthorne and his bride, Sophia
from A Journey Into the Transcendentalists' New England by Robert Todd Felton (courtesy of Robert Todd Felton)
Hawthorne's Country
Hawthorne's Country
 
\"The Old Manse from the road, Concord, Mass.\"
Illustration by Louis K. Harlow (1850-1913) from <I>Haunts of Hawthorne</I> published by L. Prang & Co., Boston, n.d.
"The Old Manse from the road, Concord, Mass." Illustration by Louis K. Harlow (1850-1913) from Haunts of Hawthorne published by L. Prang & Co., Boston, n.d.
On the illustration is the quotation, "Abandon care, all ye who enter here."  (courtesy of Terri Whitney)
\"Hall in the Old Manse,\" Illustration by Louis K. Harlow (1850-1913) from <I>Haunts of Hawthorne</I> published by L. Prang & Co., Boston, n.d.
"Hall in the Old Manse," Illustration by Louis K. Harlow (1850-1913) from Haunts of Hawthorne published by L. Prang & Co., Boston, n.d.
Illustration includes the following passage by Hawthorne: "How gently, too, did the sight of the Old Manse, best seen from the river, overshadowed with its willow and all environed about with the foliage of its orchcard and avenue,--how gently did its gray, homely aspect rebuke the speculative extravagance of the day!" (courtesy of Terri Whitney)
Old Manse Garden
Old Manse Garden
Before Nathaniel and Sophia arrived at the Old Manse to begin their life together as man and wife, Henry David Thoreau planted a garden for them as a wedding present. (courtesy of Terri Whitney)
Old North Bridge, over the Concord River, Concord, MA
Old North Bridge, over the Concord River, Concord, MA
Hawthorne enjoyed walks by the Concord River; the Old Manse was located not far from the Old North Bridge. from A Journey Into the Transcendentalists' New England,2006. (courtesy of Robert Todd Felton)
The Old North Bridge, Concord, MA
The Old North Bridge, Concord, MA
The original Old North bridge over the Concord River is no longer standing; this one, built in 2005, replaced an earlier one built in 1956. from A Journey Into the Transcendentalists' New England,2006. (courtesy of Robert Todd Felton)
Cover of Hawthorne's <I/>Mosses From An Old Manse</I>
Cover of Hawthorne's Mosses From An Old Manse
"Salem Edition," published in 1893 by Houghton, Mifflin and Company, The Riverside Press, Cambridge.  (Photography by Joseph R. Modugno)
<I>Mosses From an Old Manse</I>
Mosses From an Old Manse
This elaborately illustrated title page graces the 1893 or 1894 Henry Altemus edition of Mosses From an Old Manse
Concord River from rear of Old Manse, facing Old North Bridge; purple bloom is loosestrife (July, 2008)
Concord River from rear of Old Manse, facing Old North Bridge; purple bloom is loosestrife (July, 2008)
Hawthorne assisted in the search for the body of Martha Hunt in the Concord River. He wrote about the experience in his journal and used the passage almost verbatim in describing the search for Zenobia's body in The Blithedale Romance (photography by Terri Whitney)


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