In 1868, Louisa May Alcott reportedly wrote the last paragraphs of Little Women from her uncle’s double-wide red townhouse at 130-132 MacDougal.

 In 1868, Louisa May Alcott reportedly wrote the last paragraphs of Little Women from her uncle’s double-wide red townhouse at 130-132 MacDougal.

Great group on Saturday!

Guests ranged from a vacationing Australian-born microbiologist now doing her research at Berkeley to a woman who taught in the 1960s at PS 41, but who hasn't lived in NYC in 40 years.

Plus a gay foursome absolutely thrilled to finally see Stonewall and two New Jersey teens on a school assignment.

All loved seeing the house on MacDougal St. where Louisa May Alcott once lived.

Meet all kinds of people and see all kinds of things on a Save the Village tour!

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