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Original H. Marshall Gardiner post card from the 1930's.
"Nantuckrome" Published by the Photochrome Process Company,
divided back, unused, mint condition.

“Jethro Coffin House, also known as the Oldest House, is a saltbox house built in 1686 and located on Sunset Hill Road in Nantucket, Massachusetts, is the oldest house on Nantucket in its original location and is the only surviving structure from the island's 17th Century English settlement. It is a U.S. National Historic Landmark.”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jethro_Coffin_House

“A keeping room is an area just off the kitchen of a home. Keeping rooms date back to Colonial times when families would sleep in that area when the rest of the house was cold. Since it could be heated by the kitchen stove, it often provided the only heated place in the house.”
http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-keeping-room.htm

Jethro Coffin House 1686, Keeping Room, Nantucket postcard. Gardiner Nantuckrome

US$4.00

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