|Massachusetts (Berkshire County), Stockbridge — A Day In The Life Norman Rockwells Stockbridge Studio|
| A Day In The Life: Norman Rockwells Stockbridge Studio
In 1957 Norman Rockwell purchased a home on South Street, near the center of Stockbridge, Massachusetts. The propertys backyard included a dilapidated carriage barn, which he converted into a working studio. Though Rockwell occupied approximately twenty studios throughout his life, it was this last one – seen before you – which he referred to as his “best studio yet.”
As old age set in, Rockwell grew . . . — Map (db m59140) HM|
|Massachusetts (Berkshire County), Stockbridge — Linwood House|
| Linwood House
Charles Butler, a prestigious New York attorney, built Linwood House in 1859. This graceful summer cottage was constructed for his family and named for the home in a book titled The Linwoods, by Catherine Sedgwick, a relative.
Butters residence was among the first of the elegant summer homes that have come to be known as Berkshire Cottages. Designed in 1885 by Stanford White, Choates Naumkeag can be seen across the Housatonic River valley. Linwood House was . . . — Map (db m59145) HM|
|Massachusetts (Berkshire County), Stockbridge — Norman Rockwells Studio|
|Norman Rockwells Studio
Norman Rockwell wanted his studio to be preserved for museum visitors to learn about his working process. In 1976, he placed his studio and all of its furnishings and equipment in trust to The Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge. In 1986, the contents were carefully packed, and the studio building was moved from South Street to its new site. As in its original location, the studios large windows face north and the building continues to overlook the Housatonic River. . . . — Map (db m59138) HM|
|Massachusetts (Berkshire County), Stockbridge — Stockbridge Chime Tower|
| This Memorial Tower marks the spot where stood the Little Church in the wilderness in which John Sergeant preached to the Stockbridge Indians in 1739. — Map (db m59227) HM|
|Massachusetts (Berkshire County), Stockbridge — Stockbridge Civil War Monument|
| [ south side ]
Beloved and Honored
Who Died for Their Country
In the Great War
Of the Rebellion
In Grateful Remembrance
Has Raised This Monument
[ north side ]
[ east side ]
2 Mass. Inf.
Maj. William E. Sedgwick Adj. General. G.A.C.
William T. Mix.
27 Mass. Inf.
George W. Bradbun.
37 Mass. Inf.
Thomas . . . — Map (db m59225) HM|
|Massachusetts (Berkshire County), Stockbridge — Stockbridge Korean War Monument|
|Korean War Donald Carr Richard J. Clemens John J. Davis Elton A. Drummond, Jr. Robert W. Dunne George E. Emerson, Jr. Julian F. Gleize L. John Green David L. Gunn, Jr. Robert A. Hall Bruce L. Decker Donald H. Haywood Michael Homich Reginald J. Huggins Victor J. Kulas Donald W. Lawrence Chauncey Loomis John McL. Loomis Alvin N. McCann Carlton E. McCormick Gilbert E. McCormick Charles R. Mercier Cornelius J. Obanhein Stanley J. Osak Bartlett A. . . . — Map (db m59232) WM|
|Massachusetts (Berkshire County), Stockbridge — Stockbridge Vietnam War Monument|
Peter A. Acly Donald A. Beebe, Jr. Bruce J. Brazee Dighton M. Brazee, III Gary A. Brazee Robert J. Brazee George Brazie Charles T. Bryden Barry B. Bunnell Michael Burow Paul V. Campbell Bruce S. Campetti Donald Carr Joseph T. Carr William R. Codwise Donald W. Coleman Frederick B. Coleman, II Joseph J. Czaja F. James Dolson, III Kenneth F. Dunne Raymond Ebbets Brian J. Flynn Henry R. Ford, Jr. Harold P. French, Jr. William E. French . . . — Map (db m59326) HM|
|Massachusetts (Berkshire County), Stockbridge — Stockbridge World War I Monument|
Franklin S. Adams Klaas Akerboom Albert B. Ames Edward E. Backus Nesbit H. Bangs Louis D. Barnes James W. Barry Karl F. Bechtel William H. Belden Charles A. Bidwell Edward W. Bligh Harold H. Bolton Edward W. Carey Charles A. Clapper Matthew F. Clapper Walter L. Clark, Jr. Henry Colleric Clarence R. Cooper Richard J. Corbett Earl Crosby Albert B. Cummings Fred J. Cummings William J. Cusack John F. Daley Ernest F. Doherty Richard G. . . . — Map (db m59231) HM|
|Massachusetts (Berkshire County), Stockbridge — Stockbridge World War II Monument|
| [ left tablet ]
World War II
Charles H. Acton Rachel T. Adams Robert E. Adams George J. Anderson * Warren Anderson William J. Anthony Richard Atherton John Bergen Bolton Bangs Nesbitt H. Bangs, Jr. William L. Bangs Adam M. Barenski Joseph P. Barenski Sadie Barenski Marcus George H. Barnes Hugh L. Barnes, Jr. Max A. Barnes, Jr. Henry M. Bartlett Ernest Beacco William A. Beacco John A. Beacco William T. Belden Frederick W. Bell Louis H. . . . — Map (db m59324) HM|