some mighty fine history here!
A cozy morning here, coffee in hand, newly-fallen snow outside… I open a gift from my son, Head of the Bay by Annie L. Clough. I’ve wanted this book a long time, since I first used it at the Blue Hill Public Library.
“This panorama of beauty and peace is very close to the hearts of all those who dearly love the little village and its long eventful history.”
“Head of the Bay” is Blue Hill, Maine, Emilie Loring’s summer home for forty years, and this is a book about its history and residents. George Clough, “Boston’s Architect,” designed Blue Hill’s town hall, and Annie L. Clough was his daughter.
View from atop Blue Hill
Emilie Loring never read Head of the Bay, which was dedicated a year–almost to the day–after she died, but it tells the story of a place she knew so very well. You may not have put…
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