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Description: "Eagle Rock" the summer estate of Henry Clay Frick of Pittsburgh. Located at 453 Hale Street, the house has since been torn down.

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

Description: In 1911 and 1912 President William Howard Taft rented "Parramatta" from Mrs. Henry W. Peabody as the Summer White House. Located atop the hill on Corning Street between Pearl Street and Sylvan…

Description: Home of Otis F. Luke of Brookline, 12 Hemlock Street, Beverly Farms

Description: "The Cyrus Wakefield Mansion was located on Main Street where the Wakefield Jr. High and Atwell Schools now stand. Cyrus Wakefield was instrumental in bringing the rattan industry to the town (then…[More]

Description: "Hetmere" the summer residence of Abraham Shuman of Boston, Woodbury Street overlooking Woodbury Beach

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

Description: Summer residence of Allen Curtis of Boston, 52 Oak Street, Beverly Farms

Description: "Avalon" was the built in 1907 by the industrialist Frederick W. Ayer on Paine Avenue in Prides Crossing. The grounds were landscaped by Frederick Law Olmstead. The house was torn down, December…

Description: "Avalon" was the built in 1907 by the industrialist Frederick W. Ayer on Paine Avenue in Prides Crossing. The grounds were landscaped by Frederick Law Olmstead. The house was torn down, December…

Description: "Avalon" was the built in 1907 by the industrialist Frederick W. Ayer on Paine Avenue in Prides Crossing. The grounds were landscaped by Frederick Law Olmstead. The house was torn down, December…

Description: "Avalon" was the built in 1907 by the industrialist Frederick W. Ayer on Paine Avenue in Prides Crossing. The grounds were landscaped by Frederick Law Olmstead. The house was torn down, December…

Description: "Avalon" was the built in 1907 by the industrialist Frederick W. Ayer on Paine Avenue in Prides Crossing. The grounds were landscaped by Frederick Law Olmstead. The house was torn down, December…

Description: The John Cabot House, 117 Cabot Street, headquarters of the Beverly Historical Society. The building was the home of John Cabot from 1781 to 1802, then it was headquarters for the Beverly National…[More]

Description: In 1911 and 1912 President William Howard Taft rented "Parramatta" from Mrs. Henry W. Peabody as the Summer White House. Located atop the hill on Corning Street between Pearl Street and Sylvan…

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

Description: College Hall, Endicott College, 376 Hale Street. Built as the summer home of William Amory Gardner of Boston.

Description: College Hall, Endicott College, 376 Hale Street. Built as the summer home of William Amory Gardner of Boston.

Description: Dawson Hall Tea Room, also known as the "Monastery" at Lynch Park. The building was purchased from the Sohier family and moved to Dawson Hall, the former Evans Estate. The building was destroyed…[More]

Description: "Cove Hill", home of Boston attorney, John G. King, 361 Hale Street. Property is now owned by Endicott College.