Hammatt Billings

  • American

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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Architect National Monument to the Forefathers Plymouth
Architect House at 170 Otis Street Newton, MA
Architect Wesleyan Association Building Boston
1852/00/00 Hammatt Billings begins building his own house. By the time the structure is framed up and roofed, his wife, insane, is taken to the Hospital. Architect The Eminence Newton, MA
1852/00/00 Illustrated by Hammatt Billings, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Harriet Beecher Stowe is published. Illustrator Uncle Tom's Cabin (book)
1852/03/11 Hammatt Billings makes mentions of his wife and her health, the "illness of Mrs Billings", in a letter to Charles Eliot Norton. Her diagnosis remains unknown. Life
1852/05/02 Current Grace Church building is dedicated. Architect Grace Episcopal Church Lawrence
1860/00/00 Dwight family lot Architect Forest Hills Cemetery Boston
1874/06/04 Designed by brothers Hammatt and Joseph E Billings, Thayer Public Library is dedicated. Opening to the public in September 1874, it served as the town library for 79 years. The building is now the home of the Braintree Water Department. Architect Thayer Public Library Town of Braintree, MA
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