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1823 Greek Revival
Whistler House Museum of Art
The historic home at 243 Worthen Street incorporates both Federal and Greek Revival characteristics.
From 1823 to 1869, the WHMA was home to many of the leaders of Lowell's and America's Industrial Revolution. James McNeill Whistler was born in the house and his mother, Anna Whistler, is the subject of one of America's most famous paintings, "Whistler's Mother" (Arrangement in Black and Grey).
Archived in August, 2014
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