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The Weeks Brick House and Gardens
P. O. Box 93, Greenland, NH 03840
E-Mail: WeeksBrickHouse “at” aol.com
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As the photo here illustrates, even the driveway at the Weeks Brick House has its charm!
About the web site …
Text content by R.W. Bacon, Amanda Nelson, Neill DePaoli, and uncredited WBH Newsletter contributors 1975-present. Selected photos from the Weeks Brick House archives. Design, layout, interior & exterior house photos, custom graphics, PDF information sheets, and links by R.W. Bacon … of the Charles Edson Weeks family (1831-1900; hardscrabble farmer & quarryman of northern Vermont) … and an 8th-great-grandson of Leonard Weeks (1633-1707).
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Generations of history nestled in beautiful Greenland New Hampshire.
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Weeks Ave. • Off Rte. 33. • Greenland, NH