The House of the Seven Gables

By A. Marion Merrill; Nathaniel Hawthorne | Go to book overview
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
The House of the Seven GablesFrontispiece
FACING PAGE
The Birthplace of Hawthornexi
Nathaniel Hawthorne in His Primexii
The Old Custom House, Salemxiii
The Grimshawe House, Salemxiv
The House at 14 Mall Street, Salemxv
The Wayside House, Concordxvi
Hawthorne's Grave in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concordxvii
Street View of the House of the Seven Gables1
View Showing Five of the Seven Gables9
The Entrance to the Secret Stairway16
Where Hawthorne Wrote in the House of the Seven Gables32
The Attic with Its Bolted, Mortised, and Tenoned Timbers44
The Front Hallway60
Phœbe's Room, Showing Four-posted, Chintz-covered Canopy over Bed76
The China Closet in the Reception Room86
The Old Well in the Garden96
The Dining Room, Showing Buffet with Ancient Silver117
View of the House of the Seven Gables, Showing the Walks in the Yard128
Hawthorne's Cane, Sandbox, Stencil, Inkwell, Quill, and Sheet of Manuscript in the House of the Seven Gables149
View of the Garden163
The Reception Room179
The Dining Room, Showing the Mahogany Family Dining Table196
The Nail-studded Door215

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