FOURTH VOLUME NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON!
Works about historic Mill Circle in Winchendon Springs, Massachusetts, by Dr. William Russo:
HAUNTING NEAR VIRTUOUS SPRING
TALES of a TITANIC FAMILY
THE GREAT BARN at MILL CIRCLE
A GRAND MAPLE TREE on MILL CIRCLE
The old maple tree on Mill Circle is the last giant standing from the landscaping architecture of Nelson Davis White in the 1850s. He designed a private park near the family business and his renovated mansion, once the Old Homestead Tavern.
The last standing maple tree remains deeply rooted along the roadside of Mill Circle. Perhaps it has survived because its roots were fed by the famous mineral spring of the village. Now nearly 180 years old and standing a mammoth 100 feet tall, we catalogue the life of the old maple for all to enjoy and for a certain role in posterity. The tree is now in the autumn of its life.
IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS!