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  • Subject contains "Houses"

Whittemore House Norwood St. 1894.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: 1894
Description: House owned by William Whittemore, a local shoemaker on what is now Norwood St. Originally part of Chelsea St., Norwood St. was a residential street until the 1920s, when many of the dwellings were…[More]

Cor. Hancock and Broadway. Old Green House..jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: unknown
Description: The "Old Green House" at the corner of Broadway and Hancock Streets, was also the residence of Alonzo H. Evans, Everett's first Mayor. It was demolished in the 1920s to make way for an apartment…[More]

82 Baldwin Ave. Mrs. Houghton and Mrs. Alvord on step. Summer 1911.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: Summer 1911
Description: 82 Baldwin Ave. Mrs. Houghton and Mrs. Alvord on step. Summer 1911

9 Mead St..jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: unknown
Description: 9 Mead St.

Winslow St. and Main. Cafasso House built 1890-1910 by either Henderson Brothers or Alonzo Blanchard.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: 1982
Description: Corner of Winslow and Main Streets. Cafasso House built 1890-1910 by either Henderson Brothers or Alonzo Blanchard

Wilmot Evans House. Built c.1887.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: unknown
Description: Wilmot Evans House, Broadway, opposite Hancock St. Built c.1887

View of house and barn previous to extension of Morris St. April 23 1900.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: April 23, 1900
Description: View of house and barn previous to extension of Morris St.

The Hall. coener Chestnut and Hall Ave. blt by cap. Thom Oakes sited on School St near present Oakes St. Moved abt 1875..jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1980
Description: The Hall, corner of Chestnut St. and Hall Ave. Built by Captain Thomas Oakes. Sited on School St. near the present Oakes St. Moved about 1875

Stone house. Everett Ave..jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: 1982
Description: Stone house on the corner of Everett Ave. and Chelsea St. Stone probably came from a nearby quarry. Also referred to as the "Prison House"

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Creator: Braun, Gustav F.
Date: August 10, 1927
Description: Bowman Estate, corner of Tappan and Hancock St. August 10, 1927

Prison House Everett Ave..jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1970-1980
Description: Stone house at the corner of Everett Ave. and Chelsea St. Stones are thought to have come from a local quarry.

Partridge House Chelsea St. near Ferry. Built c.1700. Blaney House in 1893.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Description: Built c.1690. Was the home of Capt. Benjamin Blaney, who fought for South Malden during the Revolutionary War. Years later the house was owned by William A. Partridge, a tanner. Partridge Terrace…[More]

Nehemiah Oakes House. Was standing on Ferry St. in 1893..jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Description: Nehemiah Oakes House, Ferry St. Demolished early 20th century

Nathan Lynde House formerly on corner of Bow and Beacham St. No longer standing.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Description: Nathan Lynde House, built c.1770, on the corner of Bow and Beacham St. Demolished c.1920

N.B. Plummer House later John Schroeder. Grassa House 38 High St. c.1930.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1930
Description: N.B. Plummer house, later John Schroeder Grassa house, 38 High St., c.1930

Listernick Residence Ferry St.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1980
Description: Ferry St. residence of long time Everett Physician Dr. Sidney Listernick.

Last Roundup Dec 28 1908 See P506 for names.jpg
Creator: Braun, Gustav F.
Date: Dec. 28, 1908
Description: The last "roundup" on the old Central Fire Station, Dec. 28, 1908

Joseph CannellHouse. cor. Broadway and Ellsworth St. Demolished c.1900.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1880-1900
Description: Joseph Cannell House, corner of Broadway and Ellsworth St. Demolished c.1900

Jonathan Green House. Ferry St. Still standing.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1890
Description: Jonathan Green house, Ferry St. Built c.1735 . Still standing. Believed to be the oldest residence in Everett.

James Pickering Estate.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1880
Description: James Pickering Estate on Broadway. Razed in about 1890 to make way for the Parlin Memorial Library.