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Dupont Arts & Crafts

Edward Morse, son of inventor Samuel Morse who gave us the telegraph and Morse Code (predecessor to texting), had a Dupont 1902 Arts and Crafts studio with a whimsical door that truly depicts fantasy. While Edward's legacy is certainly eclipsed by his father's, his studio was converted into a residence and became the future home of another son with famous lineage, James Roosevelt of FDR fame. [History House Man]