Our latest "" historical photo feature was Lady Nancy Astor, a Virginia native who for a time lived on Highland Street with her first husband, Robert Gould Shaw II.
She divorced Shaw, later married William Waldorf Astor and became the first woman to hold a seat in the British Parliament.
The intersection of Highland Street and Cutler Road is known as "Nancy's Corner" because Astor and Shaw lived at what's known as the Groton House Farm near the intersection.
For years, a barn that sat at the intersection had a sign on it saying "Nancy's Corner," which helped make the name stick. The barn was destroyed by fire.
We did not receive any correct guesses to this week's "Then and Now." In fact, almost every guess was that it was Bessie Buker, who has the elementary school in Wenham named after her.
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