cottage for a clergyman

“Cottage for a Clergyman” is a fictional letter addressed to an architect from a clergyman in Northampton, Massachusetts in 1842. It appears in Peacock Journal, LINK. Dedicated to beauty, the online journal posts beautiful art with each poem and story.

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3 thoughts on “cottage for a clergyman”

  1. Dear Bob,

    Thank you; a very nice piece. It puts me in mind of “The Countryman’s Year” by David Grayson, a lovely book published in 1936 and set in central Massachusetts, near my alma mater of Amherst College and not far from the Horseshoe Bend of the Connecticut River near Northampton. I recommend it to you.

    Fred

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