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Snow adorns the roof and property of a house with two chimneys. Exterior canopies cover two of the doorways. Mary was the mother of Charles Wesley Emerson, the founder of Emerson College.

1890 - 1899

Man (left) walks toward woman (right) in front of a house. Mary was the mother of Charles Wesley Emerson, the founder of Emerson College.

1890 - 1899

This photo is from the Charles W. Emerson "homestead" collection.

1890 - 1899

Jamaica Plain is a neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts.

1890 - 1899

A step ladder stands in front of a house covered in ivy or other climbing plant. A dog sits on the front porch. This photo is from the Charles W. Emerson "homestead" collection.

1890 - 1899

This photo is from the Charles W. Emerson "homestead" collection.

1890 - 1899

Three men and one woman stand in front of a house. They are all facing the camera. Mary was the mother of Charles Wesley Emerson, the founder of Emerson College.

1890 - 1899

Three women sitting atop horses on the grounds of a house. The image is blurry. Mary was the mother of Charles Wesley Emerson, the founder of Emerson College.

1890 - 1899

The Charles W. Emerson Homestead Collection is a collection of glass plate negative prints from our College founder Charles Wesley Emerson's summer estate in Rochester, Vermont. Depicting Emerson, his family, home and surroundings, this collection offers a glimpse into his country life during the 1890s.

1890 - 1899

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