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

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

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

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

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…

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

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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

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…

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…

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…

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…