Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Architect Lawrence Township Historic District Lawrenceville
Architect Lawrenceville School Lawrenceville
Architect Daniel Webster Robinson House Burlington
Architect Building at 10 Follen Street, Cambridge Cambridge, MA
Architect Town Stable Brookline, MA
Architect Shepherd Brooks Estate Medford, MA
Architect Worcester City Hall and Common Worcester, MA
Architect Union Trust Company Building Springfield
Architect Russia Wharf Buildings Boston
Architect Christ Episcopal Church Waltham, MA
Architect Soldiers' Memorial Library Mansfield
Architect Pinecrest Elkins, WV
Architect Motor Square Garden Pittsburgh
Architect John Rogers Studio New Canaan
Architect Park Square Historic District, Pittsfield Pittsfield, MA
Architect Dorchester Heights National Historic Site Boston
Architect Elm Court Lenox, MA
Architect Elm Court Stockbridge
Architect Bayley House Newton, MA
Architect Dupee Estate Newton, MA
Architect Saint Mary of the Assumption Church, Rectory, School and Convent Brookline, MA
Architect Wheatleigh Stockbridge
Architect Metropolitan Storage Warehouse, Cambridge Cambridge, MA
Architect Cutler Hall Colorado Springs
Architect Union Church of Northeast Harbor Mount Desert
Architect James J Hill House St Paul, MN
Architect Jersey City Central Railroad Terminal Jersey City
1873/00/00 93-101 Arch Street, a finely detailed commercial example of the High Victorian Gothic style, is built as an investment property by Harvard College immediately after the Great Fire of 1872, which destroyed over 750 buildings in downtown Boston. Architects 101 Arch Street, Boston Boston
1877/00/00 Current First Church, 5th on the site, is built of sandstone, includes several Tiffany windows Architect First Churches of Northampton Northampton, MA
1880/00/00 Peabody and Stearns lengthen Upjohn's Chapel in 1880. Architect Chapel Saint Paul's Church and Parish House Brookline, MA
1880/00/00 Balitmore widow Frances Murdock retains Boston architects Peabody and Sterns to build a summer cottage. Architect Laurelawn, Newport Newport, RI
1880/00/00 Designed by Peabody and Stearns, the Unitarian Church of the Messiah is built by Charles Clark at Locust and Garrison Sts, St Louis. Pastor William Greenleaf Eliot led the congregation from 1834 to 1870. The blue limestone structure was razed in 1987. Architect
1883/00/00 The Hopkins family donates a house to be used as a parish hall. Designed by Peabody and Stearns, the building was built across the street from the sanctuary and later moved to its present location next to the church. Architect Society of the Congregational Church of Great Barrington Great Barrington, MA
1884/00/00 Davis House built for Joseph Davis Architect Joseph Davis House Worcester, MA
1884/00/00 Designed by Peabody and Stearns of Boston, the manse and carriage barn are constructed. Architect Society of the Congregational Church of Great Barrington Great Barrington, MA
1885/00/00 30 Warren St is built for attorney and state representative Moses Williams. The Olmsted frim landscaped the property in 1875-1886 and 1888. Williams also asked Olmsted how the property could be subdivided if he chose to develop the land more intensely. Architect Brookline Town Green Historic District Brookline, MA
1886/00/00 Construction begins on a new townhouse at 20 Gloucester, Boston. The interior will be vastly comfortable, pleasant, cheerful, luxurious, even, but not in the least ostentatious way with a homelike air, an interior which suggests refinement and leisure. Architect 20 Gloucester Gloucester Street Back Bay
1886/00/00 St Paul's Rectory is built at 130 Aspinwall Ave per plans by Peabody and Stearns. Architect Saint Paul's Rectory Brookline, MA
1887/00/00 Designed in the English Manorial style by Peabody and Stearns for Frederick W Vanderbilt, construction on begins on Rough Point summer cottage. Architect Rough Point Mansion Newport, RI
1889/00/00 Construction begins on Hopedene for Mrs Elizabeth Hope, nee Gammell, Slater (1854-1944) from Providence. Architect Hopedene Newport, RI
1891/00/00 Exchange Building is built between 1889 and 1891. Architect Exchange Building Boston
1892/00/00 Built Architect Duluth Union Depot Duluth, MN
1898/00/00 Plum Orchard is built on the western shore of Cumberland Island, Georgia, for George Lauder Carnegie, a son of Thomas M Carnegie and named after his uncle, Scottish industrialist George Lauder. Architect Plum Orchard Historic District Cumberland Island
1903/00/00 Built Architect Drexel Estate Islesboro
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