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Life magazine takes a new look at the old Whipple House, October 1944

Seventy years ago, Life Magazine photographer Walter Sanders provided an unusual photo shoot at the Whipple House in Ipswich, featured in an October 1944 LIFE Magazine. This was a titillating distraction for soldiers on the front, placed at the end of a publication featuring recent developments in the war.

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