Clarence W. Barron's House (Former)

Clarence W. Barron is one of the most influential figures in the history of Dow Jones & Company. As a career newsman described as a "short, rotund powerhouse," he died holding the posts of president of Dow Jones and de facto manager of The Wall Street Journal. He is considered the founder of modern financial journalism.

The current owners of the home have listed it for sale for $27.5M, or $55M including The Cohasset Harbor Inn, Atlantica and The Olde Salt House, and Mill River Marina
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