Born in Norwich, CT, in 1867, sculptor Bela Lyon Pratt spent most of his adult life in Jamaica Plain with his wife, sculptor, Helen and their four children. Their house at 10 Burr Street was the center of their lives and a refuge for his myriad hobbies like the cello, archery and bicycling. Hear about […]
Although she is perhaps known most widely today as a children’s author, former Brookline resident Isabel Anderson published ten travelogues between 1914 and 1936. Isabel, and her husband Larz, were among many wealthy world travelers of their time, but the Andersons position in diplomatic circles gave them access to people and places unavailable to many […]
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