Top: The circa 1868 Alvin Robbins mansion in 1909. Bottom: In 1912 the home was cut in half to make way for the new town hall and gardens, and moved to the corner of Russell and Prescott streets, where it was expanded. Today, it’s a distinctive condominium building in the Russell Historic District. Our November program.

Top: The circa 1868 Alvin Robbins mansion in 1909. Bottom: In 1912 the home was cut in half to make way for the new town hall and gardens, and moved to the corner of Russell and Prescott streets, where it was expanded. Today, it’s a distinctive condominium building in the Russell Historic District.

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