1849-50Fitz Henry Lane returned to Gloucester and built a granite house on Duncan’s point.People and Communities, Arts and Culture, Location and Setting, Buildings & Architecture, Notable People

Fitz Henry Lane House, c. 1965. Cape Ann Museum Library & Archives, Photo 13785
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Lane was established enough to support himself with his own artwork, and it was an economic boom time for Gloucester. Trade was at its height, the initial growth of tourism spurred business, and people had money to buy art.

His house, which had a studio on the third floor, was known as the “Stone Jug.”

Garland, Joseph E. The Gloucester Guide: A Stroll through Place and Time. The History Press ed, The History Press, 2004.
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