1 High Pole Hill Road

1 High Pole Hill Road, Provincetown (2012), by David W. Dunlap. 
1 High Pole Hill Road, Provincetown (1910). From "The Pilgrims and Their Monument" (D. Appleton & Company, 1911).The Lodge

Not many buildings look better after a century than they did when constructed. The Lodge does. It’s more picturesque now than when completed in December 1910 to designs by Willard T. Sears, the architect of the monument. It was intended “for the preservation of pictures, furniture and antiquities illustrating the life of the people of the age in which the Pilgrims lived, and incidents in their history,” Edmund J. Carpenter wrote in The Pilgrims and Their Monument (1911). It was also built as a board room for the Cape Cod Pilgrim Memorial Association. A new museum was built in 1962. The Lodge hasn’t been open to the public for many years. ¶ Posted 2013-01-30

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