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Cushing House Museum - Historical Society of Old Newbury
98 High St, Newburyport, MA 01950
The Cushing House Museum and Garden (circa 1808), also known as the Caleb Cushing House, is a Federal style mansion with garden in Newburyport, Massachusetts. It was a home of diplomat Caleb Cushing. Within the house are fine collections of silver, furniture, portraits, clocks, needlework, antique fans, hatboxes, nineteenth century toys, and more from New England and the Orient. The Oriental Room displays early China Trade decorative arts including four Chinese coastal Hong paintings. An extensive clock collection includes examples made by local master clockmakers David Wood and Daniel Balch.
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