Omg. I'm waiting for "Ain't nothin' wrong with bein' a little gay."

Nichols House Museum's Spring Fete

Located at 55 Mount Vernon Street, the Nichols House Museum is one of Bostonís hidden cultural gems. Built in 1804 and attributed to Charles Bulfinch, the Museum today preserves, educates, and interprets domestic life in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries on Bostonís historic Beacon Hill. To raise funds for ongoing preservation and community outreach efforts, over 200 friends and supporters gathered at the Boston Athenaeum on June 4th for the Museumís annual Spring Fete benefit.

Photography by Roger Farrington

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