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Old house in Leominster has a history

Abolitionist link fuels preservation

If the Drake House in Leominster is accepted onto the National Register, Peter Phillips said, he would like to turn the parlor and several other rooms into a historical museum. If the Drake House in Leominster is accepted onto the National Register, Peter Phillips said, he would like to turn the parlor and several other rooms into a historical museum. (peter phillips for the boston globe)
By Danielle M. Capalbo
Globe Correspondent / January 27, 2008

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Five years ago, when Peter and Debra Phillips bought an old house in Leominster, they intended to knock it down. They even filed for a demolition permit. (Full article: 588 words)

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