|Title||The Gideon Tucker Porch. Built in 1804|
|Date||early 20th century|
Single postcard with color print image of The Gideon Tucker Porch. Built in 1804. Now in the garden of the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass. Published by Detroit Publishing Company.
Rose Nichols collected numerous postcards with images of Colonial and Federal style architecture, reflecting her interest in early American history.
This card is one of 1,245 postcards collected by Rose Standish Nichols depicting art, decorative art, textiles, architecture, landscape design, building interiors, tourist images, and other subjects. To view postcards in categories, use a keyword search with one of the listed terms (i.e., landscape design; decorative arts).
A list containing all 1,245 postcards is included on the Archives page under "House and Collections" on the Nichols House Museum main website.
|Source||Estate of Rose Standish Nichols|
|Collection||Nichols House Museum Archives|
|Credit line||Courtesy of the Nichols House Museum, Inc. Boston, Massachusetts|