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The home's great room is shown here. Elizabeth Ward, in an 1892 book, wrote that late in Mary Garfield's life, she was a loner who distilled cider brandy and, though not disagreeable, was suspected of being a witch.
 
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The home's great room is shown here.

Elizabeth Ward, in an 1892 book, wrote that late in Mary Garfield's life, she was a loner who distilled cider brandy and, though not disagreeable, was suspected of being a witch.
(Globe Staff Photo / Bill Polo)
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