The Ipswich Town Landing is one of several locations along the River where wharves were located over the centuries.
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County Street, Sawmill Point, and bare hills
Pingrey’s Plain, the gallows lot
“Preserve and protect”
Alice Keenan: "Naturally when we moved to Ipswich my antiquarian cup ranneth over. This lovely old town, its long history, ancient houses and interesting people became almost an obsession"
The great and famous not so gentle Ipswich putdown
Republished from Ipswich Yesterday by Alice Keenan, 1982. Photos by George Dexter and Edward L. Darling. Ipswich has the habit, long ingrained, of turning on those who love her most, and who, innocently and willingly, donate their time, talents, energies, and in some cases — money -- for her welfare and adornment. Sometimes the reprimand is delivered… Continue reading The great and famous not so gentle Ipswich putdown