Mrs. John L. Gardner will open Fenway Court to visitors for a week, beginning November 27, with the exception of Thanksgiving Day. The house will be open from 12 to 3 o'clock. The attendance is limited to 250 daily. The famous floral display will again be on exhibition in the courtyard. Several new attractions have been added to the collection, including two stone figures at the end of the Spanish cloister, and a stone doorway leading from the cloister into the court-yard. Tickets are on sale at Herrick's.
Fenway Court Open Nov. 27--Dec. 4
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