• Creator
  • Farrar, Edward Rogers (1863-1949)
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  • undated
  • Description
  • Green-Brown-Peirce House, also known as the Nathan Brown House or Nathan Brown Jr. House. Built c. 1731. Style: Colonial. Architect: 18th century builder, prob. Timothy Wesson. Alterations in 18th century; Rear additions in 19th century, with records suggesting construction work in c. 1826-31 and 1869-70. East wing altered and garage added in early 1960s. Resident in 1977: John Carley. Architectural Description and Historical Significance avai... more
    Green-Brown-Peirce House, also known as the Nathan Brown House or Nathan Brown Jr. House. Built c. 1731. Style: Colonial. Architect: 18th century builder, prob. Timothy Wesson. Alterations in 18th century; Rear additions in 19th century, with records suggesting construction work in c. 1826-31 and 1869-70. East wing altered and garage added in early 1960s. Resident in 1977: John Carley. Architectural Description and Historical Significance available in Lincoln Properties Listed in the Massachusetts Historical Commission Archives, vol. 4, held at Lincoln Public Library. Image is part of Houses in Lincoln 100 Years Old and Over with Some of Their Owners, also known as the Farrar Historical Houses Manuscript, c. 1935 (2004.002). Lincoln Town Archives, Lincoln Massachusetts. less
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