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Fourth House in Salem

Fourth House in Salem

The Fourth House in Salem after restoration. The oldest surviving building in Salem, the Fourth House was built in 1768 and has what is known as a Flurkuchenhaus (hall-kitchen house) plan, with three rooms around a central chimney. In 1936 the Society of the Colonial Dames purchased the house and partially restored it. Old Salem restored the house to its 1768 appearance.

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  1. Hello, I’d like digital copies of this print and also this one for an upcoming HRC hearing:
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    https://www.digitalforsyth.org/jpg/ols/df2/ols_df2_00491.jpg, https://www.digitalforsyth.org/jpg/ols/df2/ols_df2_00491-th.jpg, https://hdl.handle.net/10339/17666
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    2009-02-21T19:49:47Z

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