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Carlton St._8.pdf
Built in 1811 for Philip Kimball, grocer

Federal St._63.pdf
Built for Nathaniel Treadwell, leather manufacturer

Fort Ave._155.pdf
Built for William G. Cochrane, manufacturer in 1909

Broad St._31.pdf
Built in 1846 for Charles M. Richardson, Purveyor of Hardware

Broad St._4.pdf
“The West Estate” Moved to this site from 5-7 Summer Street in 1834

Linden St._29.pdf
Built 1894 for Elizabeth A Winn, widow, by Eben H. Morse, carpenter

Lynde St._25.pdf
Captain James Barr, mariner, 1759; Documentation there, narrative missing

Mall St._1.pdf
Circa 1800. Moved here from unknown location in 1906 by Francis Ann Perley

Mall St._14.pdf
Has a non-HSI plaque; Built for Peter Edgerly, truckman, 1824

North Pine St._4.pdf
Moved to the lot by 1851 by Nathaniel Frothingham, Jr. and James C. Stimpson

North Pine St._7-9-11-13.pdf
Built by Edward F. Danforth and Devereux Dennis Carpenters & Builders in 1868

North Pine St._8.pdf
House of Nathaniel Frothingham, stove & tinware dealer by 1851

Northey St._9.pdf
Built by 1874 for Frederick Lamson “Florist & Seedman” The Woodbury House”

Northey St._14.pdf
Built by Jeremiah Hale, housewright, for James Short, cooper in 1839

Northey St._20.pdf
Built for William Nichols, mariner 1838. Rebuilt c. 1885 for Asahel Quimby, railroad Engineer

Oliver St._10.pdf
Built for Benjamin Cheever, Tanner by 1781; moved to this site in 1878

Oliver St._22.pdf
Built for Lydia Griffin & Captain Nathanial Griffin, Treas. Naumkeag Steam Cotton Mills, 1858

Orne St._91_Barn.pdf
(Barn) Built 1869 for Joseph S. Cabot, bank president, Mayor

Orne St._91.pdf
Built for Benjamin Peters, Fisherman & Coaster 1762 (formerly 30 North Street)

Osgood St._12.pdf
Built for Thaddeus Gwinn, ropemaker in 1806; moved to this site in 1876

Palfrey Ct._6.pdf
Probably built for John Hurley, merchant, 1873

Parker Ct._3.pdf
Built for William Parker, merchant by 1831

Pickman St._22.pdf
Built 1886 for John H. Davis, junk dealer

Pickman St._23.pdf
Built for Alice M. Tilton & her sisters between 1887 and 1890

Phillips St._4.pdf
Built for Henry P. Hood, trader in 1840, Shop of Henry Balcomb, carpenter 1860, Altered to a dwelling house in 1868

Pleasant St._33.pdf
Built for Capt. William B. Parker, merchant in 1851

Rawlins St._6.pdf
Built for James O’Connell, Shopkeeper & Currier 1868 House used as a combined residence and liquor store and saloon in 1870’s & 1880’s

Lafayette St._452.pdf
Benjamin G. Hathaway, carpenter, 1874

Documents provided are of research conduction on house; formal house history unavailable

Lafayette St._255.pdf
Built for William S. Messervy, Tenth Mayor of Salem in 1868

Kosciusko St._11.pdf
Moved to this site in 1856, by John Durgin, peddler
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