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Jackson_23.pdf
Built for Thomas F. Little, undertaker c. 1927-1929

Andrew_12.pdf
Built by Abiezer Washburn, Housewright 1804

Flint_10.PDF
Built in 1915 for Charles Blunt, plumber, and wife Elizabeth. Replaced home burned in Great Salem Fire of 1914. On original foundation from 1839 house built for Joseph Wallis, cabinet maker

North_161.PDF
John Dunckley, blacksmith, c. 1802

Upham 29.pdf
Built in 1839 - Occupied by John W. Pepper, confectioner
& Pepper heirs

Conant_23.pdf
Built by David N. Cook, carpenter c. 1870

Daniels 13.pdf
Built c. 1860 for John N. Frye, baker, for daughter, Matilda Frye and friend, Lucy Wright

Linden_6.pdf
Buildc. 1870 for John Perkins, High School Principal

12 Prince.pdf
Built c. 1916 for Joseph Gagnon, assistant engineer for Salem Fire Department, and wife, Mary

7 Ward.pdf
Built c. 1920 by Wladyslaw Matula, laborer

Chestnut_4.pdf
Built around 1826 by Deacon John Stone, distiller

Pleasant_15.pdf
Built by Abraham Towle, carpenter c. 1864

Andover_2 A.pdf
Beckford-Whipple, 1739

Charles_25.pdf
Built in 1905 by Boston & Maine Railroad as flagman’s shanty. Moved to this site in 1935. Reconfigured in ensuing years.

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

Derby St._96-98.pdf
Built for Moses Townsend, merchant
in 1805
(formerly 52 Derby St. renumbered in 1894)
birthplace of General Frederick Townsend Ward

Federal St._135.pdf
The Captain Benjamin Carpenter House 1802

EPSON013.PDF
Build 1882 for Perrier Collier, Real Estate Broker, Mayor of Beverly

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

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._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

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

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

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

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

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

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
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