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The Dani and Soldani Cabinet Makers and Wood Workers Factory is a historic factory building at 484 Worcester Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. The simple brick building was built about 1914 for the Optical Lens Company, a short-lived business apparently seeking to capitalize on the success of the nearby American Optical Company. In 1926 the building was purchased by Eugenio Dani and Giovanni Soldani, who had started a cabinet-making business at their home on Elm Street. Their workshop was th...
The William McKinstry Jr. house is a historic house at 915 W. Main Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is a 2+ story building, unusual because of its distinctive monitor roof. Its construction date is unknown, but it is documented in a painting of Southbridges Globe Village area in 1822. It appears to have been intended for housing, but the monitor roof is more typically associated with mill buildings. It is known to have been occupied by William McKinstry, Jr., son of an early Southbridge ...
The William McKinstry Farmhouse is a historic house at 361 Pleasant Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. Despite significant later alteration, it is one of the oldest surviving farmhouses in Southbridge. It was built in about 1780 by William McKinstry, a British Army soldier who arrived in the area as a deserter in 1748, and is still owned by his descendants. Despite later modifications (notably the 19th century front dormer and side ell, and the application of siding), the basic 1-1- 2 story f...
 
The Chapin Block is a historic commercial at 208-222 Hamilton Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. Built in 1888, it is the only Shingle style commercial building in Southbridge. It was built by Francis Chapin, a local bank officer and real estate developer, and provided local shops in a residential neighborhood. It was sold by Chapin shortly after its construction to J. J. Delahanty, owner of a local furniture store; it remained in his family until 1972. The building is set to advantage on an ...
The George Sumner House is a historic house at 32 Paige Hill Road in Southbridge, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story late Federal wood frame house was built sometime before 1830, probably for Major George Sumner (who is recorded as its owner in 1855). Sumner was a leader in the early development of the textile industry in Southbridge, being the first in the area to offer as a service the complete cycle of woolen textile processing, although some work was still initially done in homes, not in a factory...
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The J. M. Cheney Rental House is a historic house at 32 Edwards Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is a well preserved vernacular Victorian house exhibiting details in a number of different styles. It was built in the late 19th century, during a second phase of construction in the Hamilton Street area that replaced larger properties of wealthier owners with smaller, more densely site, middle class housing. This house was built for J. M. Cheney, treasurer of the Litchfield Shuttle Company, ...

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The E. B. Cummings House is a historic house at 52 Marcy Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is the smallest but best preserved house of those at the corner of Marcy and Edward Streets, a fashionable suburban district of Southbridge in the mid to late 19th century. It was built in the 1870s for Edwin B. Cummings, co-owner of a hardware store on Main Street. Despite a construction date well past the typical period for Greek Revival styling, the house has paneled corner pilasters, and sidelig...
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The Vinton-Torrey House is a historic house at 5 Torrey Road in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It was built in 1841 by J. Eliot Vinton, whose ancestor John acquired the land in 1738. The 2-1- 2 story brick house may incorporate elements of an earlier house (possibly part of John Vintons original house). The house expresses some Greek Revival characteristics in brick, notably pilasters on the corners. The doors and windows feature granite lintels, and the slightly larger front overhang is a typical ...
The Dunbar-Vinton House is a historic house at Hook and Hamilton Streets in Southbridge, Massachusetts, USA. The date of its construction, and its original use, are both the subject of local speculation. The site was reported by 19th century historians to be the site of a school, but whether this building is the school in question or not is unclear. It structurally resembles a small schoolhouse, which lends credence to the theory. It is surmised to have been built by Captain Calvin Clemence, who...
New York, New Haven & Hartford Passenger Depot is a historic train station on Depot Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It was built by the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad in 1910, and served as a passenger station until 1930. It is built in a Spanish Colonial style, with stucco walls and a tile roof, a style which is uncommon in any sort of building in central Massachusetts. There is only one other rail-related building in Southbridge, an altered freight depot that is near this buil...
The George H. Hartwell House is a historic house at 105 Hamilton Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is a rare example of a modest vernacular Italianate house in Southbridge, and one of the only ones built of brick. It was built in the 1850s, not long after that stretch of Hamilton Street was laid out, for Dr. George Hartwell, nephew of Dr. Samuel Hartwell. The Hartwells controlled the Hartwell Block on Main Street, and George Hartwell ran a pharmacy, which continued in business into the 19...
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The Windsor Court Historic District is a residential historic district in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is a collection of five three-family residences located on Windsor Court and adjacent North Street that were built by the American Optical Company between 1915 and 1917 to provide worker housing. They differ from traditional triple-decker construction in that they have gabled roofs and Colonial Revival styling. Distinctive features include corner pilasters and recessed porches. Although the r...
The Chamberlain-Bordeau House is a historic house at 718 Main Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is one of the best preserved Italianate houses in the city. It was built sometime between 1855 and 1870 for Captain John Chamberlain, an insurance agent. In the 1890s it was acquired by Gilbert Bourdeau, a box maker, who owned it until 1920. At the time of its construction it was the only house on north side of that section of Main Street; development of the rest of the immediate area followed ...
The J. J. Oakes House is a historic house at 14 South Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is one of a few surviving Second Empire houses in Southbridge. The two story wood frame house was built sometime before 1870 for James Jacob Oakes, who grew up nearby, and owned a dry goods and clothing store in town. The house was later acquired by J. J. Delahanty, who owned a furniture store in the Alden-Delahanty Block in Globe Village. Although it is predominantly Second Empire in its styling (as i...
The House at 34 Benefit Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts is a modest factory workers cottage built by the American Optical Company during a period of its expansion in the 1870s. After opening its new Main Plant in The Flats section of Southbridge, workers began to migrate there from the Globe Village neighborhood, increasing demand for housing in that area. It is a narrow 1-1- 2 story wood frame structure, which has some architectural style despite its simplicity. The styling is basically It...
Beechwood is a historic house at 495 Main Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. The two story Stick style house was built in 1868 as a wedding gift from Jedidah Marcy to his granddaughter, and was one of the first houses of the early Victorian style to be built in Southbridge. It was also one of the first built in that section of Southbridge, an area that would not be fully developed until the 1890s. Its porch, while typical of later buildings, shows details that are indicative of the earlier It...
The Alden-Delehanty Block is a historic commercial block at 858 Main Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. The large three story brick Victorian building is one of the most imposing commercial buildings in the Globe Village part of Main Street. It was built in 1888 for William E. Alden, who operated a dry goods store on the first floor. The building housed shops on the ground floor, offices on the second, and a meeting hall space on the third floor. The latter was used for a time by the Ancient ...

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The Hamilton Millwright-Agents House is a historic house at 757-761 Main Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. The large two story brick house was built about 1840 by the Hamilton Woolen Company. It was probably built for John Edwards Bacon, the millwright who built the 1836 Hamilton Companys mill. The house stands on a rise overlooking the mill. It has typical Greek Revival characteristics, including a doorway with sidelights and transom, as well as granite sills and lintels. There is a side el...
The James Gleason Cottage is a historic house at 31 Sayles Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is a rare regional example of a residential house with Greek Revival and Gothic Revival features. It was built c. 1830, probably for James Gleason, an owner of a successful grocery business in the Globe Village section of Southbridge. The house is a modest 1.5 story wood frame structure with predominantly Greek Revival styling. However it also features a recessed second floor porch that is framed ...
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The Hamilton Mill Brick House is a historic house at 16 High Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. Although brick was not a common house building material when this house was built c. 1855, most of the worker housing built by the Hamilton Woolen Mill Company was. This is one of a few surviving brick houses of the period in Southbridge (the other, the Vinton-Torrey House, is also listed). This is a 2.5 story 5 bay brick structure with an off-center interior chimney. It has a granite sills and lin...
Mrs. R. Marcy House is a historic house at 64 South Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is one of a few high style Queene Anne Victorian houses in Southbridge. It was built sometime before 1898, when it was listed as being owned by Mrs. Rinda Marcy, widow of Merrick Marcy. Nothing is known of the Marcys, other than their probable descent from one of Southbridges early settlers. The house has a typical asymmetrical design, with multiple shapes of wood shingling, carved ornamental decorations...
The Hamilton Mill�West Street Factory Housing is a historic house at 45 West Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is a rare early worker tenement house, built sometime between 1830 and 1855 by the Hamilton Woolen Mill Company, and is the best preserved of four such houses on West Street. It is a 2.5 story wood frame house, with four doorways, two in front, and one on each of the sides. The building, at the time of its listing, had significantly more elaborate styling (in the Greek Revival ...
The Tiffany-Leonard House (also known as The Southbridge News building) is a historic house at 25 Elm Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. The 2 story brick Greek Revival building was built circa 1832 for Bella Tiffany, a business partner of mill owner Samuel Slater and a local politician. By 1855 the house was owned by Manning Leonard, in whose hands it remained until late in the 19th century. Manning Leonard was also a local businessman and politician, holding significant shares in the Centra...
The House at 70-72 Main Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts was built around the turn of the 20th century for George Wells, president of the American Optical Company, to provide housing for his workers. A gambrel-roofed three family house its gable end faces the street, and is adorned with porches, of which the one on the third floor has since been enclosed. The roof line is pierced by long dormers, giving the third floor unit more space than it might otherwise have. Ownership of the house was ...
 
The H. C. Wells Double House is a historic house at 28-30 Dresser Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story wood frame duplex was built in the late 1880s or early 1890s by Hiram C. Wells, member of the Wells family which owned the locally important American Optical Company. It was one of several duplexes Wells built in the area as an income property. Although not as ornate as some Queen Anne houses, it features high quality construction methods despite a relatively simple symmetrical p...
The E. M. Phillips House is a historic house at 35 Dresser Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. The two story L-shaped house was built in 1871 for E. M. Phillips, a local insurance agent. Its styling is Italianate: its main body is three window bays wide, there are brackets in the eaves and gable pitch, and the gables have small round-arch windows. After Phillips, the house was briefly occupied by Herbert E. Wells, son of Hiram C. Wells, owner of the locally important American Optical Company. ...
The High�School Streets Historic District encompasses a cluster of fourteen houses representing one of the best well preserved mid-19th century residential districts in Southbridge, Massachusetts. Most of the houses are on the west side of High Street; two are on School Street immediately adjacent to High Street, and one is at the east corner of High and South Streets. High Street was laid out in the 1840s on Hamilton Woolen Company land, with most its lots sold off by 1853. Most of the houses...

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Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Gothic Revival churches in Massachusetts, Churches completed in 1885, 19th-century United Church of Christ church buildings, United Church of Christ churches in Massachusetts, Churches in Worcester County, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Worcester County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, Massachusetts church stubs, Hidden categories:...
The Napoleon LaRochelle Two-Family House is a historic house at 30 Pine Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. An excellent example of a vernacular Victorian duplex, it was probably built around 1890 for Napoleon LaRochelle, a polisher for the American Optical Company. He owned this and another house next door which was built in the same style. Its plan is a typical front-gable side entry layout, this time with a central cross gable. It has some bargeboard decoration on the front gable, and its f...
 
The Clarke-Glover Farmhouse is a historic house at 201 South Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It was built c. 1830 by Lemuel Clarke, on land that once belonged to his father, Moses Clarke. When originally built it probably had Federal styling, but this was modified sometime thereafter during the Greek Revival, which is its present style. After Clarke died in 1845 the house was acquired by R. Glover, who is thought to have done the remodeling. Glover owned the house through much of the secon...
 
The Sylvester Dresser House is a historic house at 29 Summer Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It was built between 1865 and 1870 for Sylvester Dresser, a leading businessman in Southbridge during the second half of the 19th century. Dresser began his career as a schoolteacher, but operated a variety of businesses between the 1840s and 1860s. He was notable for making the first shipment (a load of bricks) when the railroad arrived in Southbridge in 1866. His house is a 2.5 brick structure in...
The Lorenzo R. Stone House is a historic house at 218 South Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It was built between 1830 and 1855 for Lorenzo Stone, occupation unknown. Other houses were built in this area during the same time period due to the expansion of the Globe Village area, and were occupied to middle class workers and supervisors of the Hamilton Woolen Company. This is a 2.5 story wood frame house, with a simple three bay side hall configuration. The exterior features fine Greek Reviv...
The H. Morse House is a historic house at 230 South Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. The 2 1�-story wood frame house was probably built in the 1840s, and is a well-preserved example of a rural Greek Revival farmhouse. It was shown on an 1855 map as being owned by H. Morse, in the 1870s by Lyman Morse, and in 1878 by Misses Morse. The house has some excellent Greek Revival features, including pilastered corner borders and an ornately decorated front door surround. A two story addition was ...
The Judson-Litchfield House is a historic house at 313 South Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. Built sometime in the 1830s, it is an early example of a side entry gable front Greek Revival house, a style that became much more common in subsequent decades. Although the house has a significant Greek Revival appearance, it also retains some late Federal style details, including the recessed main entrance, the fanlight decoration in the gable, and a more delicately styled pediment cornice and fr...
The Stephen Richard House is a historic house at 239-241 Elm Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is a 2.5 story wood frame house with two interior chimneys and fairly basic vernacular Federal styling. Its date of construction is unknown: structures with commercial uses appear at its location on maps of the area dated 1855 and 1870. The houses unusual angle with respect to the street (unlike its later neighboring houses), suggests an earlier date of construction. It is first definitively ide...
The Simon Plimpton Farmhouse is a historic farm in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It was probably built about 1789 by Simon Plimpton and his brother Baxter on family-owned land. Baxter Plimpton eventually deeded his share over to Simon; the house has been in the hands of Plimpton descendants since. The house is a 2.5 story wood frame house, five bays wide, with a center chimney. Although the house is nominally Federal in its styling, there are Greek Revival details (the broad eaves and door frames)...
 
The Henry E. Durfee Farmhouse is a historic Greek Revival farm house at 281 Eastford Road in Southbridge, Massachusetts. The house is, despite its now somewhat suburban setting, a reminder of the rural past of that portion of southern Southbridge. Construction of the house is estimated to have been in 1849, around the time of Henry Durfees marriage; the house was built on land that probably belonged to his mothers family. Its basic plan is a 1.5 story three bay side hall configuration; the front...

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The Ammidown-Harding Farmhouse is a historic farm house at 83 Lebanon Hill Road in Southbridge, Massachusetts. Its date of construction is uncertain; the earliest maps of Southbridge are from 1796, and the house appears on those. Its architectural features, notably a center chimney and a single story five bay facade, suggest that it was built in the years before or after the American Revolutionary War. Other features that set the building apart are overhanging eaves and a transom window over the...
 The George B. and Ruth D. Wells House is a historic house on Durfee Road in Southbridge, Massachusetts. George Wells was a scion of the Wells family, which owned the locally prominent American Optical Company, and the grandson of architect Daniel Burnham. Wells and his wife, having seen International Style houses on travels to Europe, decided to build a house in that style, eventually commission Boston architect Paul Wood to do the design. The house, built in a rural section of Southbridge near ...
The John M. Wells House is a historic house at 491 Eastford Road in Southbridge, Massachusetts, United States. The Wells family were the founders of the American Optical Company, a leading business in Southbridge. The house John M. Wells had built in 1927 was reminiscent of a French chateau, and was the first to be built in the Cohasse Farms section of Southbridge. The only previous development in the rural area had been the development of the Cohasse Country Club in 1919. Wells brother George w...
Eugene Tapin House is a historic house at 215 Lebanon Hill Road in Southbridge, Massachusetts. The large Tudor Revival house was built in 1929, at a time when rural portions of Southborough were gradually become suburbanized. It is one a few high style Tudor homes in the city. It was built by F.X. LaLiberte to a design by LaLibertes son Oswald, for the latters sister and her husband, Camille and Eugene Tapin. Camille wored in her fathers business; Eugene was a music teacher and church organist. ...
 
The Smith-Lyon Farmhouse is a historic farm at 400 N. Woodstock Road in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is an unusual example of a well preserved rural Greek Revival house in Southbridge. It is a 2.5 story wood frame house. The gable end front facade features full-length sidelights around the door, pilastered corner trim, a pedimented gable, and a full width porch with Doric columns. It is reported by have been built c. 1850 by Luther Smith, a mule dealer. By 1878 the farm was owned by Lucius Lyo...
The Sturbridge Common Historic District encompasses the historic center of Sturbridge, Massachusetts. Encompassing some 138 acres (56 ha), the district is focused around the town common, which was laid out when the town established in 1738. The district is roughly linear, extending along Main Street from its junction with Interstate 84 eastward to Hall Road. The district also extends for short distances along Haynes, Maple, and Charlton Streets. Although most of the properties in the district ar...
 
 
Charlton Center Historic District is an historic district roughly on Main Street from Mugget Hill Road to Masonic Home Road and adjacent roads in Charlton, Massachusetts. The district, which encompasses the historic center of the town, includes the first architect-designed building in the center, the Shingle style Overlook Hotel designed by Worcester architect George H. Clemence, as well as the 1905 Colonial Revival Town Hall designed by Frost, Briggs & Chamberlain. The town hall site is also ho...
 

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  The Dani and Soldani Cabinet Makers and Wood Workers Factory is a historic factory building at 484 Worcester Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. The simple brick building was built about 1914 for the Optical Lens Company, a short-lived business apparently seeking to capitalize on the success of the nearby American Optical Company. In 1926 the building was purchased by Eugenio Dani and Giovanni Soldani, who had started a cabinet-making business at their home on Elm Street. Their workshop was the first major Italian-originated business in Southbridge, and continues to occupy the premises today.  

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