I am pleased to present this guest post from Lorraine Tosiello, author of The Bee & The Fly and Only Gossip Prospers.
I took a stroll in Louisa May Alcott’s Boston recently and will take you along!
20 Pinckney Street on Beacon Hill, where the family lived in the basement in lean years. I was happy to meet a Dad and his daughter who live in the building and were going to have a romp in Boston Common. Louisa would approve.
81 Pinckney Street on Beacon Hill, the lovely townhouse Louisa rented during better times for her extended family.
10 Louisburg Square on Beacon Hill, Louisa’s last residence before her confinement to the rest home in Roxbury.
43 Pinckney Street on Beacon Hill, in residence 1869
31 Chestnut Street where she rented rooms in 1884.
The current Bellevue Hotel entry, now condominiums, 21 Beacon Street.
The beloved Boston Athenaeum where Louisa read.
The Massachusetts State House, in the heart of Beacon Hill.
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