Carter's Corner Wilmington Mass

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Mrs. M. F. Woodbury
No. Weare, NH
Wilmington Mass
May 10, 1911
8-30 AM

We will all be delighted to see you whenever you can come and as long as you can stay with us.
Walter Carter's house was burned flat Sunday. They saved most of the furniture, the ell, and the barn.
Will look for you Sat. Hope it won't rain although I suppose we need it.

Good for you Myron

Ed Note: I guess the house on the front of this card is the one that burnt down.

Thanks Larz Neilson: "This was at the corner of Shawsheen Ave. and Bridge Lane, looking west. House at right was what Capt. Larz would call the "Bill Hen Two" (William Henry Carter) house. It was disassembled and moved in the 1980's. The house in the distance at left was an Eames house. It burned about 1950. It stood near the old West School."

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