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Woodbury Point

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Subject: Marblehead, Massachusetts, Commission on Economy and Efficiency, Horace Dutton Taft, Defense Secrets Act of 1911, Mann–Elkins Act
Collection: Houses in Marblehead, Massachusetts
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Woodbury Point

Woodbury Point was a house located in Beverly, Massachusetts that was the Summer White House of William Howard Taft in 1909 and 1910.[1] It is now the site of Lynch Park. The home was moved to Marblehead, Massachusetts later on, where it can be seen today.[2]


  1. ^ Beverly, Massachusetts#cite note-3
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External links

  • Lynch Park Website

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