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Historic Fire64 viewsThe 1690 house at 370 Delano Road, which may be the oldest standing house in Marion, was one of the houses on the Sippican Bicentennial route.
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Historic Fire65 viewsBenjamin Dexter, grandfather to Thomas Dexter, was born and raised in the 1690 house at 370 Delano Road. A framed photo of Benjamin Dexter, a World War I veteran who walked in the Marion Parade until he was in his 90s, is featured in his grandson’s home.
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Historic Fire56 viewsAnother picture in Thomas Dexter’s home shows the 1690 family home on Delano Road at the turn of the 20th century.
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Historic Fire56 viewsThe Dexter house is on a sharp bend on Delano Road. The house, which has moved to the far corner of the lot away from its original foundation, is now partially hidden from the street. The damage from the December 4, 2009 fire is visible from the rear of the house.
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Historic Fire51 viewsA blue tarp hides the extensive roof damage the antique house on Delano Road suffered in the December 4, 2009 fire. The fire, which started in the rear right section of the house, licked up the side of the house and left a hole in the roof.
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Historic Fire56 viewsAccording to the Marion assessor’s database, the house was built in 1690. Other records indicate that the house suffered a fire in the early 1700’s, and was rebuilt in 1750. The extent of the rebuild is unknown. Like many 17th century homes, this house originally had a center chimney that will be completely removed with the move.
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Annual Tree Sale72 viewsA Decorating Committee from the Sippican Woman’s Club produced over 50 festive trees for the Tree Spree, which started in Handy’s Tavern. The tavern was decked out with themed trees, including a Barbie tree, a Hannukah tree, a Mallard duck tree, and even a tree decorated with recycled items like bottles and plastic bags. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Annual Tree Sale68 viewsA Decorating Committee from the Sippican Woman’s Club produced over 50 festive trees for the Tree Spree, which started in Handy’s Tavern. The tavern was decked out with themed trees, including a Barbie tree, a Hannukah tree, a Mallard duck tree, and even a tree decorated with recycled items like bottles and plastic bags. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Annual Tree Sale47 viewsA Decorating Committee from the Sippican Woman’s Club produced over 50 festive trees for the Tree Spree, which started in Handy’s Tavern. The tavern was decked out with themed trees, including a Barbie tree, a Hannukah tree, a Mallard duck tree, and even a tree decorated with recycled items like bottles and plastic bags. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Annual Tree Sale44 viewsA Decorating Committee from the Sippican Woman’s Club produced over 50 festive trees for the Tree Spree, which started in Handy’s Tavern. The tavern was decked out with themed trees, including a Barbie tree, a Hannukah tree, a Mallard duck tree, and even a tree decorated with recycled items like bottles and plastic bags. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Annual Tree Sale41 viewsA Decorating Committee from the Sippican Woman’s Club produced over 50 festive trees for the Tree Spree, which started in Handy’s Tavern. The tavern was decked out with themed trees, including a Barbie tree, a Hannukah tree, a Mallard duck tree, and even a tree decorated with recycled items like bottles and plastic bags. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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Annual Tree Sale51 viewsA Decorating Committee from the Sippican Woman’s Club produced over 50 festive trees for the Tree Spree, which started in Handy’s Tavern. The tavern was decked out with themed trees, including a Barbie tree, a Hannukah tree, a Mallard duck tree, and even a tree decorated with recycled items like bottles and plastic bags. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.
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