Browse Items (83 total)

  • Subject contains "Mansions"

saltonstallestate1a.jpg
Creator: [Machado, Ernest]
Description: Estate of William G. Saltonstall of Boston, Hale Street east of Chapman's Corner.

peabodyfrancisestate1a.jpg
Description: Estate of Francis H. Peabody, 53 Ober Street (now Lynch Park). Peabody was head of the Boston banking firm of Kidder, Peabody & Co. He died at his Beverly home September 22, 1905.

patchsbeach1a.jpg
Description: Bluff above Patch's Beach looking east toward Brackenbury Lane.

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Description: Photocopy of a photograph of the Dawson Hall Tea Room or "Monastery" being moved to the Evans Estate, 55 Ober Street. Marie Evans purchased the building from the Sohier family. It was destroyed by…[More]

lynchparkmonastery2a.jpg
Creator: Cole, Ruth T.
Date: 1958?
Description: Dawson Hall Tea Room, also known as the "Monastery", at David S. Lynch Memorial Park, 55 Ober Street. The building was destroyed by fire the night of June 28, 1966.

lynchparkmonastery1a.jpg
Creator: Cole, Ruth T.
Date: 1958?
Description: Dawson Hall Tea Room, also known as the "Monastery", at David S. Lynch Memorial Park, 55 Ober Street. The building was destroyed by fire the night of June 28, 1966.

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Description: Side view of "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the…[More]

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Description: Rear view of "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and was destroyed by fire the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the…[More]

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Description: Front view of "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built around 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the…[More]

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Description: Side view of "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the…[More]

highover4a.jpg
Description: Rear view of "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the…[More]

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Description: View of Wenham Lake from "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the…[More]

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Description: "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the Phillips Nature…[More]

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Description: "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the Phillips Nature…[More]

dawsonhall1a.jpg
Description: Dawson Hall, 55 Ober Street, the summer home of Robert and Marie Evans. Robert Evans was the President of United States Rubber Co. and also a Trustee of the Museum of Fine Arts. Mrs. Evans donated…[More]

davidlynchhousea.jpg
Description: Home of David S. Lynch, 25 Abbott Street. Lynch, along with his brothers Patrick and William, owned Lynch Bros. Leather. David Lynch gave to the City the David S. Lynch Memorial Fund which funds…

connollyestate2a.jpg
Description: "Henrico", the estate of S. John Connolly, 64 Ober Street.

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Description: "Henrico", the estate of S. John Connolly, 64 Ober Street.

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Description: Home of Mr. Augustus N. Clark, 19 Broadway.

brayresidence1a.jpg
Description: Residence of S. Bennett Bray, 25 Broadway. Bennett Bray was a partner in a shoe manufacturing business.