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Architecture of Massachusetts

01 February 2013

1861 – Villa, Worcester, Massachusetts

Architect: Calvert Vaux Designed for local merchant, Henry H. Chamberlain. From The Building News, August 2 1861: “THIS building is a good example of the prevailing style of Villa architecture in the Eastern...

04 August 2009

1872 – Boston & Lowell Passenger Station, Boston

Architect: L. Newcombe & Son Published in The Builder, September 14th 1872.

21 March 2013

1872 – House at Brucon Street, Boston, Massachusetts

Architect: Crace & Van Brunt Front & Side Elevation published in The Building News, March 22nd 1872: “Theresis insufficient repose in the United to expect much good art either in anything else. The...

13 January 2013

1873 – Post Office and Sub-Treasury Building Boston, Massachusetts

Architect: Alfred B. Mullett The U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts met here from 1883, prior to completion, until 1929; the U.S. Circuit Court for the District of Massachusetts met here...

04 November 2009

1875 – Redemptorists Church, Brookline, Boston, Massachusetts

Architect: E. Welby Pugin From The Architect, March 13, 1875: this week give an illustration of the new Redemptorists’ Church at Brooklyne, near Boston, U.S. The church will be erected of Ohio white...

05 July 2011

1889 – Ames Building, Boston, Massachusetts

Architect: Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge Design published in the American Architect and Building News, May 1889. Located at 1 Court Street and Washington Mall in downtown Boston, the Ames Building was designed by...

05 July 2011

1889 – Armoury, Worcester, Massachusetts

Architect: Fuller & Delano Published in the American Architect and Building News, May 4 1889.

06 July 2011

1889 – Auchmuty Building, Boston, Massachusetts

Architect: Winslow & Wetherell Published in the American Architect and Building News, May 1889.

05 July 2011

1889 – Baptist Church, Malden, Massachusetts

Architect: Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge Published in the American Architect and Building News, June 1 1889. Entered for a limited competition to design a new church, this design was never constructed.

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