Originally part of Jonathan Nickerson’s salt works, this lot was sold in 1858 to Elijah Doane, who moved a three-quarter Cape and a store from Long Point to create a full Cape on a common brick foundation, said Gregory Craig, a former owner. Frederick Judd Waugh owned the house and named it Colinette, a reference to the Channel Islands, said Amy Whorf McGuiggan. Norman Rockwell, who first came to Provincetown around 1918 to study with Charles Hawthorne, was a tenant in 1934 with his wife Mary and their son Jarvis. While in town, Rockwell spent time with the artist Fred Hildebrandt, his friend, model, and aide-de-camp. That year, the artist John Whorf and his family rented the house when they relocated from Boston.
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