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“The Perch, my former property and home in Lenox, is called”
“I am aware that the Tanglewood Music Festival in Lenox, Mass. gave a number of contemporary music concerts this year and they were very warmly received.”
“I wish my parents had some hobby other than me," one young patient told David Anderegg, a child psychologist in Lenox, Massachusetts, and professor of psychology at Bennington College.”
“He came to America and staid with me at my home in Lenox, on his way to join the Longfellows at Cambridge.”
“When I hear the name Lenox, it takes me back to my childhood.”
“Boston, I saw him oftenest, and always when I was there, but for two summers he took a charming old-fashioned country house on the outskirts of the beautiful village of Pittsfield, six miles from my own summer residence in Lenox, and during those seasons I saw him and his wife very frequently, and was often in that house, on the staircase landing of which stood the famous clock whose hourly song, "Never – for ever; ever – never," has long been familiar to all English speaking people.”
“While Frederick Douglass has become a restaurant magnet, much of Lenox, which is a far-grander European-style avenue, remains largely empty.”
“Harlem-based developer Uptown Partners had sold about half of the 68 units in the 12-story condo development called the Lenox by the time tenants moved in during 2007, according to the company.”
“Jesse Neider for The Wall Street Journal The 12-story condo development called the Lenox is resuming sales.”
“So that is the name Lenox has given to its latest form of social entertainment? "laughed Hugh.”
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