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Robert Frost Lived Here

During the late summer of 1936, after taking his usual hay fever retreat in Franconia, N.H., Robert Frost, one of America’s greatest poets who in 1961was named poet Laureate of Vermont by the Legislature, decided that he wanted to buy an inexpensive house in the region, primarily for use during the hay fever season.  He found and bought two houses at Concord Corners.
Though Frost’s residency in Concord Corners was brief, many local residents remember seeing the famous poet with rugged features and white hair and his wife, Elinor, around their properties.  He moved to Boston in 1938, but still owned five homes in Vermont which he occasionally occupied.

This except was taken from the book Town of Concord, VT 1781-1976 Then & Now
A Concord Bicentennial Committee Project
Compiled by Leah C. Moyse, Chairman
Committee Members: Lorain Bona, Timothy Carpenter, Raymond Clouatre, Grace Crofton, Mary Descoteaux, Kathleen Fisher.


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