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In the swing at garden party

Above: Rachael Solem, of Wellesley, and Daniel Berger-Jones, of Roxbury, play croquet at the Hooper-Lee-Nichols House in Cambridge. Below: Maya Carter (left), of Randolph, and Lauren Buie, of Allston.

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Rachael Solem, of Wellesley, and Daniel Berger-Jones, of Roxbury, played croquet at the Hooper-Lee-Nichols House in Cambridge.

Bill Brett for The Boston Globe

Maya Carter (left), of Randolph, and Lauren Buie, of Allston.

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The goal was a garden party worthy of the Edwardian era, a long summer afternoon spent leisurely playing croquet or just enjoying a cold cocktail. And the host, Cambridge Historical Tours, pulled it off at the Hooper-Lee-Nichols House on Brattle Street, with the Longy School of Music providing the soundtrack. History buffs know that the Hooper-Lee-Nichols House, originally built in the late 17th century, predates the Edwardian era by a couple hundred years, but so be it.

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