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Noah Adams talks with Peter J. Stanlis about the home of poet Robert Frost in Shaftsbury, Vermont. One hundred thousand dollars has been offered to turn the house into a museum. Stanlis is one of the founding members of the museum, a Frost scholar, and friend of Robert Frost's.

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