Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Architect Suffolk County Jail Boston
Architect Old City Hall Boston
Architect Brookline Town Green Historic District Brookline
Architect Gloucester City Hall Gloucester, MA
Architect Almshouse, Cambridge, MA Cambridge, MA
Architect State Reform School Historic District South Portland
Architect Knox County Courthouse Rockland, ME
Architect Washington County Jail Machias, ME
Architect Cheshire County Courthouse Keene
Architect Androscoggin County Courthouse and Jail Auburn
Architect Aroostook County Courthouse and Jail Houlton
1846/00/00 62 Pinckney Street is built in 1846 or possibly as early as 1835. Architect George and Susan Hillard House Boston
1846/05/28 Boynton High School is dedicated, used as a school until 1917. Architect Boynton High School, Former Eastport
1853/00/00 Gridley J F Bryant designs a second addition to the north portico of the Massachusetts Statehouse to create a much larger space for the State Library and other departments. It will be completed in 1856. Architect Massachusetts Statehouse Boston
1854/00/00 Washington Tower, a landmark at Mount Auburn Cemetery, is built of Quincy granite, 1852-1854. Architect Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge Cambridge, MA
1856/00/00 Seven brownstone row houses, (104, 106, 108, 110,112, 114, 116) built c 1856 on Beacon St, all in with French Academic details featuring a continuous cornice line. Architect Chadwick Perkins Rowhouse Boston
1857/00/00 Maine State Seminary opens with a class of 84 men and 53 women. Architect Hathorn Hall, Bates College Lewiston
1857/00/00 Mercantile Building, Commercial St and Atlantic Ave, is built on infill, on the waterfront. Architect Fulton-Commercial Streets District Boston
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