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Gore Place original design. 6 notecards featuring quotes from Jacob Farwell's (Gore's farm manager) journal. Notecards measure 7x5 inches.



This new scarf pattern celebrates the restoration of our carriage house and features our country carriage and phaeton. Black and white on 100% silk. Measures 35x35 inches.

Swiss Silk Company


Gore Place Tie

Our exclusive Gore Place tie features a pattern evocative of the weather vane that stood atop the Carriage House.

Vineyard Vines



Our exclusive Gore Place pocket square features of custom pattern echoing the spokes of our carriage in 2 colors on 100% silk. Measures 16.5x16.5 inches.

Swiss Silk Company


Christopher Gore: Federalist of Massachusetts 1758-1827

Christopher Gore:
Federalist of Massachusetts
by Helen R. Pinckney

Biography detailing Christopher Gore's political career.

$12.95 softcover


Bow tie features the original wallpaper pattern found in the hallway leading to the library. Face measures 5.25x2.5 inches.

Vineyard Vines



Scene from “The Gores of

The Gores of Massachusetts

Running time: 37 minutes.

Combining the techniques of historical documentary and dramatization, this film uses Gore Place as a window on early 19th-century Massachusetts.

The film explores Federalism, agricultural improvement, early industrialization, genteel refinement, the role of servants, and Boston’s free black community.

Produced by award-winning filmmaker Robert Tarutis, the film stars Robert Murphy and Michael Henderson.

DVD – time: 37 min.


The House Servant’s Directory
by Robert Roberts

First published in 1827 and the standard for household management for decades afterward, it is one of the first texts authored by an African-American and issued by a commercial press, and it was written while Roberts was employed by Christopher Gore.

Published by Applewood Books.

$12.95 softcover