The house, furnished much as it was when Douglass resided there, is filled with photographs, documents and gifts from Harriet Beecher Stowe and Abraham Lincoln. The “Growlery,” a small fieldstone outbuilding on the property, is the studio where Douglass wrote and studied.
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