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The local share of the project was provided by the Boston Redevelopment Authority and the City of Boston Environment Department and Historic Boston, Incorporated. This firm is also veil repre sented by high quality 3-Ceckers in Highland Fark,? j Vait (see form for 1^5-7 Hillside Steet) and carpenter Greenleaf C. The study was conducted by Rosalind Pollan and Edward Gordon, architectural historians and consultants to the Boston Landmarks Commission. (later Colunbus Ave,\ By the mid l890's both Rantins are listed as architects, The Fantins in Queen Anne 3-Decker housing-their best vorh dates to located on Caluret 3t ,rillside St. and vere 1^95 specialists -1910 and is Cherokee St. Sanborn, j Jait Street at its Huntington Avenue end was not developed until the 1390 's when Maguire began putting up his brick apartments . Staff supervision and support were provided by Judith B. original present PHOTOGRAPH S FH I'Vl, 5/lt 5/2.^ 5/3, 5A. OF STORIES (1st to cornice) _ 2 and flat; with leftmost building ROOF hipped with hipped cupola -- industrial monitor clapboards shingles stucco C6ricict^-^'c-A K'll ^ 31 Heath Street page 2. PTiificance continued: buildings in the Lower Roxbury area dating from the late '30*s and early '90's as well as the End residential retail block at 362-4 North Street c. A group of brick 3-unit houses further up Huntington Avenue at ^'326-34 are similar in style and form to those in the ■Street vicinity, but were, according to their building permits, put up in 1895 oy Roxbury builder/developer Oscar E. Mc Donough, Director of Survey and Planning and Carol Kennedy, Assistant Survey Director. 5/5, S/e-, 6/1-m PH 2.6/6*-^4rpn 3'V^-3^ TYPE (residential) single (non- residential) double row 2-fam. Hanover (IS9I) and the Lockhart Building at 137-1^9 Staniford Street c. In addition, Footman is the architect of the elaborate ^iueen Anne style American Brewing Company buildings located nearby at 249A H^eath Street. 4-fe^rm ^xr.£^ Rtrt^.-Hill/VV5-s'.cv^ liinpnciaii si ngle double row Z-tam. fnon-res Tdentia H) Commercial/residential Block 3 NO. Fe vas the son of T^oxbury carpenter/architect Saruel ? Furber--who, at this time, lived Preservation Consideration (accessibility, re-use possibilities, capacity for public use and enjoyment, protection, utilities, context) on Humboldt Avenue in -'Washington Park.
The goal of the project was to undertake an in-depth architectural and historical survey of the Parker Hill/Mission Hill study area and to make recommendations for National Register listings and Boston Landmark designations. OF STORIES (1st to cornice)_ ROOF^ cupola plus basere.^t dormers MATERIALS (Frame) clapb oards shingles stucco asphalt asbestos alum/vi nvl (Other) Ey 1930, it housed the Janes Insurance Agency and Augustus Coppernait undertakers . vas in partnership v/his father f r n c, 1895-1920. He is listed as a cc.rpenter livi near .•"oxbury Cross ing. =^'/t e- S^- Huvrnhj^rtrv' Bibliography and/or references (such as loc records, early maps, etc.
Specific goals included preparation of individual information forms for certain selected buildings of architectural or historic significance, as well as evaluating the relative significance of each building for which a form was prepared.