Watercolor

Fowle House

Mid to late 19th century / Foster, Sarah Haven (1827-1900)

VP012_FowleHouse_6in.jpg

"Washington street runs parallel with Marcy street. To go through it you turn off from Pleasant street opposite to the Gov. Wentworth house. The right hand corner was until recently occupied by the house in which Daniel Fowle published the first newspaper in New Hampshire."

Excerpted from The Portsmouth Guide Book, 1896, by Sarah Haven Foster.

Inscription reads, "House used by Robert Fowle as a printing office, 1762, Pleasant St."

~ Foster, Sarah Haven (1827-1900), “Fowle House,” Portsmouth Public Library's Online Archives, accessed January 29, 2023, https://portsmouthexhibits.org/items/show/863.

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Title

Fowle House

Subject

Portsmouth (N.H.)
Historic buildings
Watercolors (paintings)

Description

"Washington street runs parallel with Marcy street. To go through it you turn off from Pleasant street opposite to the Gov. Wentworth house. The right hand corner was until recently occupied by the house in which Daniel Fowle published the first newspaper in New Hampshire."

Excerpted from The Portsmouth Guide Book, 1896, by Sarah Haven Foster.

Inscription reads, "House used by Robert Fowle as a printing office, 1762, Pleasant St."

Creator

Foster, Sarah Haven (1827-1900)

Source

Sarah Haven Foster Views of Portsmouth

Publisher

Portsmouth Public Library, Special Collections

Date

Mid to late 19th century

Format

Jpg derived from Tif

Language

eng

Type

StillImage

Identifier

PPL-AA1989.60.12

Watercolor Item Type Metadata

Provenance

Gift of Mary A. Foster, 1901