Built in 1878, the Romanesque Revival Bromfield School, known fondly as Old Bromfield was the gift of Margaret Bromfield Blanchard in a bequest to create a secondary school on property her grandfather, Colonel Henry Bromfield, had used for his summer home since 1767 until his home burned in 1855. The school has moved next door to a modern facility and the school was restored with an addition in 2007 to become the home of the Harvard Public Library. The property enjoys a view of the 316 acre Bare Hill Pond seen in the background.
Nikon D610, 1/90 second at f/22, ISO 200, 28mm (17-35mm) - 9775
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