1957Charles Olson moved to Gloucester and settled in The Fort.Arts and Culture, Location and Setting, Literary History, Neighborhoods

The back of 28 Fort Square, showing porch and door to Charles Olson’s apartment, January 11, 1970. Charles A. Lowe, Cape Ann Museum Library & Archives, Photo 14269
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During his childhood years, the Olson family spent the summers in Gloucester. After World War II, he took a brief teaching position at Black Mountain College and later served as rector of the school until it closed in 1956. At that point, he returned to Gloucester and rented an apartment at 28 Fort Square

Charles Olson – Gloucester Lyceum & Sawyer Free Library. https://www.sawyerfreelibrary.org/charles-olson/. Chronology of Charles Olson’s Life and Work 3. http://charlesolson.org/Files/chronology3.htm.
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