William Carlos Williams House

The William Carlos Williams House, is located in Rutherford, Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. The building was built in 1913 and was the home to poet and physician William Carlos Williams for 50 years. The home was added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 4, 1973. The building is still used as a private residence and doctor's office.

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Famous quotes containing the words house, williams and/or carlos:

    Instinct.—When our house burns down, we even forget our lunch.—Yes, but we go back to it later in the ashes.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    the whole sea become an entanglement of watery bodies
    lost to the world bearing what they cannot hold. Broken,

    beaten, desolate, reaching from the dead to be taken up
    they cry out, failing, failing! their cries rising
    in waves still as the skillful yachts pass over.
    —William Carlos Williams (1883–1963)

    It is summer, it is the solstice
    the crowd is

    cheering, the crowd is laughing
    in detail

    permanently, seriously
    without thought
    —William Carlos Williams (1883–1963)