Federal Street

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Federal Street

Items in the Federal Street Collection

105 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
House & Shop of Edmund Johnson, cabinetmaker, before 1801

108-110 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
“The Prince Mansion” built for John Orne, sailmaker ca. 1785-1793

111 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Abner Goodhue, blacksmith, 1793

115 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built by Joseph Edwards, housewright in 1814. Stands on the site of the shop of Deacon Jacob Sanderson, cabinet-maker, built in 1793

116-118 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Leach-Nichols House Built circa 1782

117-119 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for Nancy Courtis, singlewoman, 1846-47

122 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built by Elijah & Jacob Sanderson, cabinetmakers in 1783

126.5 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Mary Drayton, dressmaker, and Isaac Drayton, harnessmaker, 1885

134 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built 1800 for Benjamin Blanchard, Dry-Goods Dealer

139 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built c. 1810 for Capt. Nehemiah Buffinton

140 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built c. 1794 for John Warden

143 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for Joseph Sprague, merchant & distiller c. 1795

151 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built by William Orne Jr., housewright 1808

170 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for James Braden, currier and tanner

171 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for John Huse, currier

177-179 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for William Shepard Gray, cashier of the Essex Bank

180 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for Ezekiel Wellman, tanner

182 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for James A. Lord, tanner

183 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for Ezra Lummus, blacksmith

78 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
House and shop belonging to the Sprague Brewery

88 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for Joseph Hilliard, shipmaster and carter

94 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for James Gould, housewright

95-97 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for George C. Shreve, jewelry merchant

98-100 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for John Bullock, cordwainer

63 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for Nathaniel Treadwell, leather manufacturer

60 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for David Crowell, cordwainer

55 - 57 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for Joshua Loring, coach-maker

175 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built by Joshua Cross, housewright

167 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built by Ezra Woodbury, carpenter

153 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for Aaron Hayward, master mason

145 Federal Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Built for John Culliton, tanner & currier 1859

136 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
Built for Joseph G. Sprague Esq. cashier of Naumkeag Bank 1832

135 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
The Captain Benjamin Carpenter House 1802

126 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
Built for Nathaniel Chamberlain, bricklayer in 1782

124 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
Built for Jonathan Ropes 1784

123 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
Jonathan F. Carlton for Robert S. Saunders, 1843

121 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
Built for Captain Joseph Winn, merchant, 1843

120 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
Elijah and Jacob Sanderson, cabinetmakers, 1783

112-114 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
Built for Col. John Page, merchant 1782

107 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
John Chandler, grocer, 1884

106 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
Built for John Chandler, grocer, 1896

104 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
Asa Lamson, upholsterer, 1814

102 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
Built for George Whitefield Martin, cabinet-maker c. 1800

92 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
Built by James Gould, housewright 1788

90 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970
Built in 1887 for Annie Bertram Webb. Home of Edward B. Trumbull, shipmaster.

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