Frost House 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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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.