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INVENTORY FORM CONTINUATION SHEET Comnxmity: Form No: <br /> MASSACHUSETTS H I STORI CAI., CCII SS I ON ZQ <br /> Office of the Secretary, Boston <br /> Property Name: 516 Massachusetts Ave. <br /> -Indicate each item on inventory form which is being continued below. <br /> HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE <br /> According to E.B. Worthen, the Hadley family (who lived here in the early <br /> 1900s) , claimed that the house was moved here from Arlington Heights, at some <br /> unknown time. Charles Hadley, in the early 1930s, was owner and publisher of <br /> the Lexington Townsman (newspaper) , which Alan Adams bought out, and republished <br /> as the Lexington Minute Man. The editorial and printing office of the Townsman <br /> was in a shed attached to this house. <br /> QG4,&: E.B. Worthen identifies 536 Massachusetts Avenue as the "David Penny house." <br /> Penny was a potter whose shop was on Massachusetts Avenue at the lower corner of <br /> Curve Street (Worthen) . Penny was baptized in 1758, died in 1830. (See Burr <br /> Church collection, Lexington Historical Society.) <br /> S. Lawrence Whipple, 1984 <br /> IrN Imo- I9rl�c. ttte, orc oG�v�ic.� l- <br /> ev�' a wt;v► a- 4-i Vis'►'✓ ► A (k 1?L? cP. 1IM-) <br /> ram � n e ups p <br /> pda <br /> Staple to Inventory form at bottom <br />