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Judy Cantrell of Bakersfield, Calif., photographed her daughters, Mallory (left) and Emily, last week at the Robert Frost farm in Derry, N.H. Every year, more than 3,000 people visit the farm.

Neglected treasures

Historic sites in N.H. lack funding for maintenance

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / August 14, 2006

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DERRY, N.H. -- The farm where Robert Frost once mended walls is postcard-perfect, a small white house beside a big white barn. But in the cellar underneath the barn are subtle signs of trouble: tiny piles of soft, yellow sawdust, left behind by the wood-eating beetles that infest the building's timbers. (Full article: 927 words)

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