Vol. 4, No 1: Autumn 2013
Now a regular visitor to Adams House, this female wild turkey, one of a pair, is probably the first member
of its species seen in Harvard Square since George Washington was young. The two birds can often be seen
walking down the middle of Mt. Auburn street, to the consternation of motorists, the delight of tourists, and the
dismay of a certain prelate at St. Paul's, whose car roof has become the birds' favorite roost,
with all the attendant consequences.
In This Issue:
Jesus Falls A Second Time
An original short story by.
Franklin D. Roosevelt: Republican
The surprising political beginnings of our own president-resident.
Seamus at Adams
Former master Bob Kiely recalls the ever talented and much beloved Nobel Laureate, Adams' own Seamus Heaney, who died this past September.
Adams Going Global
This seven-minute video profiles the remarkable odyssey of our first two Franklin Delano Roosevelt Global Fellows – and forms a very far from average "what I did over my summer vacation" tale.