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Jonathan D. Poor Murals Are Unique to Groton and a New England Treasure

One of the hand painted murals by Jonathan D. Poor, a nephew of Rufus Porter, presently located in the historic Dr. Oliver Prescott Jr. house on Old Ayer Road. Mural is being offered by Indian Hill Music Center to Groton History Center.  Photo by Greg Premru.

Detail from  of the hand painted murals by Jonathan D. Poor, a nephew of Rufus Porter, presently located in the historic Dr. Oliver Prescott Jr. house on Old Ayer Road. Mural is being offered by Indian Hill Music Center to Groton History Center.  Photo by Greg Premru.

The Oliver Prescott property on Old Ayer Road, before the start of construction for Indian Hill Music School, new owners of the site. The 1791 house (foreground) and barn were owned for many years by Reverend Andrew Rosenberger, who, with his family, restored the house, preserved the 19th century barn, and operated the surrounding Hillbrook Orchard.

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