The house in Woods Hole was a practice spot for a theater group known as the University Players, said Jennifer Gaines, curator of the Woods Hole Historical Museum.
The Cape Cod (Mass.) Times reported Sunday that a fire swept through the second floor of the house on Tuesday. The house was owned by Frederick and Marguerite Smith.
In 1928, the University Players -- named as such because their founders were students at Harvard, Princeton and Radcliffe -- each tossed $100 into a kitty for operating capital, the newspaper reported.
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