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The Boxford Village Historic District encompasses the historic early center of Boxford, Massachusetts, which was established in 1638 and incorporated in 1685. The district runs from near Towne Road in the west, along Main Street and Topsfield Road to Dana Road, and includes sections of Middleton Road (between Main and Elm), Elm Street (between Main and Middleton), Depot Road (between Main and Cross) and Cross Street (between Depot and Topsfield). It includes a remarkable concentration of structu...
The Palmer School, also known as the District No. 2 Schoolhouse, is a historic 19th-century one-room schoolhouse at 33 Main Street in Boxford, Massachusetts. The simple wood frame building has very minimal Greek Revival styling reflective of its construction date in 1845. The western gable end of the structure has the main door, flanked by windows, while the long side of the building has seven windows, although it previously had only four. The eastern end has three standard double hung windows, ...
The Howe Village Historic District is a historic district in Boxford, Massachusetts. It encompasses an area in and around Massachusetts Route 97, just east of Interstate 95 and south of the junction of those two roads, and includes most of the properties on Ipswich Road and a few on adjacent roads. This area was among the first to be settled in what is now Boxford, and consists of a rural cluster of houses built between about 1750 and 1850. The district was listed on the National Register of His...
The Phineas Foster House is a historic First Period house at 11 Old Topsfield Road in Boxford, Massachusetts. Like many First Period houses it was built in stages. The first portion, built c. 1725, was a single cell to the right of what is now the central chimney. It was extended with a matching section on the left side of the chimney later in the First Period, and acquired a two story kitchen ell late in the 18th century, giving the house an L shape. The front porch entry is a Federal period ad...
The Rowley Village Forge Site is a historic colonia-era iron foundry site in Boxford, Massachusetts. The first iron forge in the area was established on Fish Brook in 1668 by Henry Leonard of the Leonard family, who were instrumental in the Saugus Iron Works further south. This business ran until about 1681, but the site also saw industrial uses into the 19th century, with sawmills and gristmills quickly replacing the foundry after it failed. Remnants of these works are visible from trails throu...
The John Boardman House is a historic First Period house at 28 Lawrence Road in Boxford, Massachusetts. The main portion of the 2.5 story saltbox colonial was built c. 1740 in Saugus, Massachusetts, and features significant First Period details despite its comparatively late date of construction for that period. The house bears some resemblance to the house of John Boardmans grandfather, William (now a National Historic Landmark), which still stands in Saugus. When first built it was a double ce...
The Capt. Joseph Gould House is a historic First Period house at 129 Washington Street in Topsfield, Massachusetts. It is a 2.5 story frame house that is six bays wide and two rooms deep. The oldest part of the house, the eastern three bays, may have been built in the late 17th century; it achieved the present footprint with an addition in the early 18th century of the western bays. The house is distinctive among First Period houses in the region because its original portion was built from the s...
The Howe Barn is a historic barn, that has been converted into a house, in Ipswich, Massachusetts, USA, at 421 Linebrook Road (403 before the street was renumbered). It is important as one of a small number of surviving First Period barn frames in Essex County. Family tradition places the construction of the barn to c. 1711 by Abraham Howe, an early settler of the Linebrook Road area. Elements of the frame, which are still visible in the attic and some areas left exposed during the 1948 conversi...
The Stanley Lake House is a historic First Period house at 95 River Road in Topsfield, Massachusetts. It is a 2-1- 2 story wood frame house that was built in stages by Mathew Stanley between c. 1683 and 1693 and subsequently enlarged, illustrating a host of building practices over the 17th and 18th centuries. Stanleys heirs sold the property in 1718 to Eleazer Lake. The property also includes a rare First Period barn. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. In 2005 it ...
The Stephen Foster House is a historic house at 109 North Street in rural area of Topsfield, Massachusetts. It is a rare instance of a First Period house (built c. 1680) in which its original footprint is still readily discernible, and has not been obscured by subsequent modifications. The only immediately overt exterior indication of the houses great age is the steep pitch of its roof. It is a 2.5 story wooden house framed with massive oak timbers. It is a single cell house, only three asymmetr...
The Zaccheus Gould House is a historic First Period house at 85 River Road in Topsfield, Massachusetts. The oldest part of the house was built c. 1670, probably for Zaccheus Gould by John Gould, one of the founders of Topsfield. The house is a 2.5 story five bay wood frame structure. The older portion of the house is on the right of the central chimney; the portion on the left is estimated to have been added c. 1700. The workmanship on the exposed framing elements inside the house suggests that ...
The Sawyer House is a historic First Period house at 21 Endicott Road in Boxford, Massachusetts. It is a 2.5 story central chimney house with an attached rear two story wing. A two story full width portico supported by seven turned columns shelters the front of the house. Like many First Period houses, this one was built in stages, and exhibits a variety of architectural styles despite its early origins. The first portion to be built was the center chimney and the two story section to its right,...

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The Coolidge Estate, located in Topsfield, Massachusetts, is the former property of William A. Coolidge, a lawyer, financier, and art collector. Encompassing 571 acres (2.31 km2), it includes a 24-room Georgian-style mansion designed by architect Phillip Richardson in 1921, other buildings, and landscaping by the firm of Frederick Law Olmsted. The brick mansion includes 14 bedrooms, six fireplaces, parquet floors, hand-carved wood paneling, and extensive gardens. When Coolidge died in 1992, The ...
The Sarah H. Harding House is a historic duplex house at 6-8 Harding Street in Andover, Massachusetts. It was built in 1846 for Sarah Harding, a single woman who belonged to the locally notable Harding family (for whom Harding Street is named). She had the Greek Revival duplex built to provide housing for single women of modest means at a time when such housing was relatively uncommon. The building is 2.5 stories tall, with entry to both units through matching doors in the center of the six-bay ...
The River Road�Cross Street Historic District is a rural agricultural historic district in Topsfield, Massachusetts. It is representative of Topsfields development first as an agricultural community, and later as place for rural retreats. The district, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005, is roughly bounded by River Road, Rowley Bridge Road, Cross Street, Hill Street, and Salem Road, and also includes properties facing Prospect Street and Bradstreet Lane. Much ...
 
 The Fox Club is a social club meant to bring together men of high standards and congenial tastes, to promote good fellowship, and to form lasting friendships. The Fox Club is one of the eight male-only final clubs at Harvard University. The Club was founded in 1898, originally as the Digamma Club, by a group of six undergraduates of Harvard University. The name Fox and the Club�s symbol, a rampant fox carrying the letter F, grew from the similarity between the letter F and the archaic Greek ch...
 
Bradley Palmer State Park is a Massachusetts state park located in the towns of Hamilton and Topsfield. The park is managed by the Department of Conservation and Recreation. The park is based on a former estate willed to the state expressly for the use of its citizens on the death of its owner, Bradley Palmer. The Bradley Palmer mansion, former host to secret or high-level government conferences in the FDR era, has been restored by the state and may be rented for private functions. The former ba...
The Joseph Fuller House is a historic late First Period house at 161 Essex Street in Middleton, Massachusetts. The oldest part of the house was built sometime before 1720 by Joseph Fuller, and consisted of two stories, each containing two rooms, with a central chimney. Later in the 18th century a leanto section was added, giving the house a saltbox appearance. This addition included a Beverly jog, an extension of the leanto to the left side providing shelter for an entrance there. In about 1800 ...
The House at 922 Dale Street is a historic First Period house in North Andover, Massachusetts. It is a 2.5 story wood frame house, five bays wide, with a small side porch and a rear single story addition. The oldest part of the house is the right rear portion, which is sestimated to have been built in the first quarter of the 18th century, along with a central chimney. Sometime between 1740 and 1780 rooms were added to its left. A major renovation during the Federal period removed the central ch...

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Commercial buildings completed in 1954, Diners, Restaurants on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Essex County, Massachusetts, Rowley, Massachusetts, Visitor attractions in Essex County, Massachusetts, Diners on the National Register of Historic Places, Restaurants established in 1940, National Register of Historic Places in Essex County, Massachusetts, Essex County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, United States restaurant stubs,...
The Joseph Hardy House is a historic late First Period house at 69 King Street in Groveland, Massachusetts. According to local history, the 2.5 story center chimney wood frame house was built about 1720 by Joseph Hardy, which is supported by analysis of the construction techniques used. It is an relatively infrequent instance of plank frame construction which is not usually found in the region. One half of the leanto section, giving the house a saltbox appearance, was added sometime later in the...
The Deacon Edward Putnam Jr. House is a historic First Period house at 9 Gregory Street in Middleton, Massachusetts. The oldest portion of the house, its right (east) side and the central chimney, were built c. 1705, probably by Deacon Edward Putnam, Sr. By 1718 Edward, Jr. occupied the house with his family, by which time it had been expanded with rooms to the west. The house facade had, until renovations in the 1960s, an unusual three bay configuration, with two windows on the west side of the...
Turner Hill is a historic estate at 315 Topsfield Road in Ipswich, Massachusetts. It was built for Charles Goodnough Rice and Ann Proctor Rice to a design by Boston architect William Rantoul. Begun in 1898 and completed in 1903, the estate echoed European country estates the couple had seen in their travels. The estate house features extensive plaster molding and detailed woodwork, notably in the reception hall, whose wildlife motifs echo those of Haddonfield Hall in Scotland. Rice died in 1943,...
The White-Preston House is a historic First Period house at 592 Maple Street in Danvers, Massachusetts. It is a 2-1- 2 story wood frame structure, five bays wide, with a side gable roof, twin interior chimneys, and clapboard siding. Its main entrance is sheltered by a gable-roofed portico. The oldest portion of the house, its front right, dates to about 1722, with the front rooms on the left added soon afterward. In the 19th century the rear of the house was either rebuilt or enlarged to be a fu...
Buildings and structures in North Andover, Massachusetts, Boarding schools in Massachusetts, Private high schools in Massachusetts, Preparatory schools in Massachusetts, Educational institutions established in 1926, Schools in Essex County, Massachusetts, School sex abuse scandals, 1926 establishments in Massachusetts, Episcopal schools in the United States, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from May 2012, All articles needing additional references, Coordinates on Wikida... 
The Lieut. Thomas Fuller House is a historic First Period house at 6 Old South Main Street in Middleton, Massachusetts. The oldest portion of the house, two stories of rooms either side of a central chimney, was built c. 1684 by Thomas Fuller. By 1690 a leanto section (which may have surviving elements still in the house) was added to the house. The leanto was raised to a full second story in the 19th century. Later shed roofed additions extend further off the back of the house, and a small gabl...
The Chaplin-Clarke House is a historic First Period house at 109 Haverhill Street in Rowley, Massachusetts. Its oldest section built c. 1670 by Joseph Chaplin, it is the oldest house in Rowley. The house began as a full width two story wood frame structure that was only one room deep; the leanto section at the rear was added c. 1700. The house was acquired in the early 1700s by Richard Clarke, in whose family it remained until the early 20th century. It was owned for a time by the Society for th...
North Shore Community College is a comprehensive community college offering over 80 associate degree and certificate programs to approximately 16,000 students a year from the 26 cities and towns along the coastal region from north metropolitan Boston to Cape Ann. The college has campuses in Danvers, Lynn, Beverly and Middleton Massachusetts. The college offers transfer programs as well as lifelong learning opportunities and workforce development training to businesses and individuals, cultural e...
The Carlton-Frie-Tucker House is a historic First Period house at 140 Mill Road in North Andover, Massachusetts. It is a rare example of a period building that was moved and added onto another which had been damaged by fire. The oldest portion of the house, its east side and center chimney, were probably built c. 1709 by Ebenezer Frie. The west side of the house is a second structure that was attached to the first in the 1760s, with some documentary and physical evidence that this was due to a f...

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Samuel Frye (or Frie) House is a historic First Period house at 920 Turnpike Street in North Andover, Massachusetts. Tradition places its construction between 1711, when a previous house on the site burned down, and 1719, when Frye gave the property, with house, to his son. The house was in the Frye family until 1880. It is a 2.5 story wood frame house, one room deep and five bays wide, with a rear leanto section that was added in the 19th century. The house is notable for its retention of a tra...
The Newman-Fiske-Dodge House is a historic First Period house at 162 Cherry Street in Wenham, Massachusetts. The house contains a rare instance of preserved 17th century decoration. Like many First Period houses, it was built in stages. The first part, the now-central chimney and right-side two stories, was built c. 1658, with the left-side rooms being added c. 1695-6. The fireplace in the right-side room contains original detailing that was covered over by paneling sometime in the 18th century,...
The Old Farm is a historic First Period house at 9 Maple Street in Wenham, Massachusetts. The oldest part of the house, the left front and chimney, were built first, followed by the rooms to the right of the chimney, and a rear leanto section. This work was all done in the 17th century, but has not been dated with precision. In the late 19th century the rear section was raised to a full two stories, and the roof was rebuilt as a gambrel. The building underwent a major restoration effort in the e...
The General Israel Putnam House in Danvers, Massachusetts, United States, is a historic First Period house recorded in the National Register of Historic Places. The house is also sometimes known as the Thomas Putnam House after Lt. Thomas Putnam (1615-1686), who built the home circa 1648. His grandson, Israel Putnam, the famous general of the American Revolution, was born in the house. Lt. Thomas Putnam was the father of Sgt. Thomas Putnam Jr., (Israels half-uncle), a notorious figure in the Sal...
 
Hospital buildings completed in 1874, Psychiatric hospitals in Massachusetts, Demolished buildings and structures in Massachusetts, Hospitals in Essex County, Massachusetts, Government buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Hospitals established in 1878, Defunct hospitals in Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Danvers, Massachusetts, Kirkbride Plan hospitals, Reportedly haunted locations in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Essex Count...
The Benjamin Jenkins House is a historic house at 362 Salem Street in Andover, Massachusetts. It was built in about 1807 for Colonel Benjamin Jenkins on family-owned land. The substantial and elegant Federal style house was a stop on the road between Salem and Andover, and remained in the family into the 20th century. One of its owners, William S. Jenkins, was a local builder of note in the second half of the 19th century, built the large ell of the house in 1849. In 1982, the house was added to...
 The Ward Reservation is a 704-acre (285 ha) open space reserve located in Andover and North Andover, Massachusetts, 20 miles (32 km) north of Boston. The reserve, managed by the land conservation non-profit organization The Trustees of Reservations, is notable for its open drumlin hilltops and vistas encompassing Boston and Salem. The Ward Reservation offers 13 miles (21 km) of trails and former woods roads available for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and cross country skiing; it is ...
The Thomas Lambert House is a historic colonial First Period house at 142 Main Street in Rowley, Massachusetts, United States. Like many period houses it was built in stages; the first stage of this houses construction dates to c. 1699. It is unclear whether it began as a single cell (a two story structure with one room on each floor to one side of what is now a central chimney), or a double cell (matching sections either side of the chimney), because framing elements to determine this have been...
Massachusettss 6th congressional district is located in northeastern Massachusetts. It contains most of Essex County, including the North Shore and Cape Ann. It is represented by Seth Moulton, who has represented the district since January 2015. The shape of the district went through minor changes effective from the elections of 2012 after Massachusetts congressional redistricting to reflect the 2010 census. The towns of Tewksbury and Billerica were added, along with a small portion of the town ...

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North Shore Technical High School was a public application-type high school located in the city of Middleton in the U.S. state of Massachusetts under the North Shore Regional Vocational School District. It served ninth through twelfth grade students from 16 communities all on the North Shore. They included Beverly, Boxford, Danvers, Essex, Gloucester, Hamilton, Lynnfield, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Marblehead, Middleton, Nahant, Rockport, Salem, Swampscott, Topsfield, and Wenham. NST was the home to...
 
The North Andover Center Historic District encompasses the historic center of North Andover, Massachusetts, which was also the heart of neighboring Andover until the two towns split in 1855. The district is roughly bounded by Osgood, Pleasant, Stevens, Johnson, and Andover Streets and Wood Lane. It includes 75 properties, including two that were previously listed: the Parson Barnard House, and the Kittredge Mansion, the latter of which is built on land that included the towns original muster gro...
The Abraham Adams House is a historic First Period house at 8 Pearson Drive in Newbury, Massachusetts. The oldest part of the house, its front section, was built between 1705 and 1707 by Abraham Adams, a farmer and sea captain who was married to the granddaughter of jurist Samuel Sewall. That portion consisted of a two story wood frame with two rooms on each floor, on either side of a central chimney. Later additions include a two story ell projecting from the rear of the house, to which is conn...
 
The James Friend House is a historic First Period house at 114 Cedar Street in Wenham, Massachusetts, USA. It was built by James Friend, a local carpenter, probably not long after he received a grant in 1699 to cut timber on public land. The house is a 2.5 story wood frame house with a center chimney. Its main facade is a slightly asymmetrical five bays wide, even though it was apparently originally built to that plan rather than in stages. A lean-to was added to the back of the house sometime b...
 
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The Rogers-Downing House is a historic house at 269 Highland Road in Andover, Massachusetts. It was built between 1848 and 1852 as the country house for Benjamin Rogers, a wealthy Boston businessman. After Rogers sold it in 1870, it went through a succession of owners before coming into the hands of John Downing, who established a dairy farm and orchard on the estate. Their family retained the house until 1968. The house is an unusual example of a Gothic Revival summer house. Its shape is that o...

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  Boxford is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Boxford in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 2,339 at the 2010 census.  

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