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Dearborn St._30.pdf
Built in 1874 for Sophronia Locke. House history completed in October 1980 by Staley McDermet and Joyce King.

Woodbury Court_4.pdf
Israel Woodbury, housewright, 1830.

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

Winthrop St._48.pdf
Documents provided are of research conduction on house; formal house history unavailable

Winter St._26.pdf
Built for Joseph Story, lawyer, politician & Judge of the United States Supreme Court 1811

Winter St._18.pdf
Reverend James Conway, 1848 (pastor, st. Mary’s Church)

Winter St._16.pdf
Built for Edward Payson, cashier and his wife Amelia in 1845

Winter St._11.pdf
Built for Ephraim Brown Jr. Registrar of Deeds 1868. Lord & Fuller Architects

Winter St._8_10.pdf
Built by Israel Woodbury, housewright & James Needham, Tobacconist in 1830

Winter St._7.pdf
Built for Joseph H. Leavitt, innkeeper in 1875

Williams St._22.pdf
Probably built by Peter Woodbury, housewright, 1801 or after

Williams St._18.pdf
Built by Benjamin Crombie, housewright by 1800

Webb St._89.pdf
Built for James F. Greenleaf, car builder in 1874

Webb St._77.pdf
Built for Robert F. Barr, Superintendent, Salem Lead Mills in 1886

Webb St._18.pdf
Built for Henry P. Hood, trader, by 1840

Washington Sq.East_96.pdf
Built 1832 for Nathaniel Silsbee Jr., shoe merchant

Washington Sq.East_82.pdf
Built in 1783 for Captain Francis Boardman, privateer and shipmaster

Andrew St._22.pdf
Built by Loammi Coburn, master mason circa 1808

Andrew St._24.pdf
Built for Capt. John Fairfield, Merchant, 1806 Home of Thomas Goss, Spanish Mariner

Washington Sq._78.pdf
Built by Gilbert G. Newhall, clothier 1846

Arbella St._26.pdf
Built for Martha P. and Abraham Edwards, cloth folder by 1871

Washington Sq._74.pdf
Built for Clifford Crownshield, merchant 1804-06. Samuel McIntire, architect

Barr St._15.pdf
Built for Captain James Smith, master mariner in 1849

Barton St._5.pdf
House of Thomas R. Williams, cabinetmaker, by 1805, moved to this site in 1846

Beach Ave._4.pdf
Built for Eliza J. Low wife of Daniel Low, Jeweler in 1883

Beach Ave._32.pdf
Built for Charles Tigh, Leather Dealer 1911 on the site of a residence built c. 1875 for Lemuel Jenness of Lowell

Washington Sq. North_25.pdf
Built in 1897 for Joseph M. Parsons, Builder

Washington Sq. North_19.pdf
Built for Abraham True, Naval Officer. Custom House in 1846 (Now the Turner Inn)

Warren St._23.pdf
Henry Lampson Reed, housewright 1838

Boston St._152.pdf
Built for Samuel Bell, Bricklayer circa 1721

Bott's Court._2.pdf
Built in 1848 for and by Aaron Kehew, Carpenter

Bott's Court._5.pdf
Built ca 1783 for James Bott, Saddler & Chaisemaker

Bott's St._8.pdf
Built for Daniel Low & Co. Jewelers circa 1896

Bridge St._102.pdf
Built 1851 for Captain William B. Bates, shipmaster

Bridge St._137.pdf
Samuel Simonds, Painter 1837; documents provided are of research conducted on the house, formal house history unavailable
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