Noah Webster Home in Greenfield Village, September 2007

Summary

Henry Ford admired textbook pioneer and spelling reformer Noah Webster. Ford purchased Webster's New Haven, Connecticut, home and moved it to Greenfield Village in 1936 to join a growing list of historic buildings in Ford's outdoor museum in Dearborn, Michigan. This image shows the house's interior in 2007.

Henry Ford admired textbook pioneer and spelling reformer Noah Webster. Ford purchased Webster's New Haven, Connecticut, home and moved it to Greenfield Village in 1936 to join a growing list of historic buildings in Ford's outdoor museum in Dearborn, Michigan. This image shows the house's interior in 2007.

Artifact

Digital image

Subject Date

September 2007

Creators

Andonian, Michelle 

Creator Notes

Photographed by Michelle Andonian.

 On Exhibit

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Object ID

2008.171.18

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Technique

Digital photography (Digital camera)

Color

Multicolored

Noah Webster Home

Details

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