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The Derby House in Salem, Massachusetts. Built in 1771-1762 by Richard Derby for his son, Elias Hasket Derby (America's first millionaire), and new wife, Elizabeth Crowninshield, the Derby House is the oldest brick house in Salem. This 18th-century house is part of the Salem Maritime National Historic Site, which was the first national historic site in the National Park System.
Title: Salem, Massachusetts

Description: The Derby House in Salem, Massachusetts. Built in 1771-1762 by Richard Derby for his son, Elias Hasket Derby (America's first millionaire), and new wife, Elizabeth Crowninshield, the Derby House is the oldest brick house in Salem. This 18th-century house is part of the Salem Maritime National Historic Site, which was the first national historic site in the National Park System.

Location: Salem, Massachusetts, United States

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