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Governor Jonathan Belcher Place, 401 Adams Street, Milton, Norfolk County, MA

Governor Jonathan Belcher Place, 401 Adams Street, Milton, Norfolk County, MA

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Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-22
Survey number: HABS MA-196
Building/structure dates: 1781 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Belcher, Jonathan
Belcher, Elizabeth
Rowe, John
Webster, J Rowe
Mayall, R Newton, field team
Jenness, George W, field team
Oviatt, George P, field team
Cavileer, Alfred, field team
Webster, Margaret M, field team
Rowell, Louise, field team
Mayall, R Newton, project manager
WPA 265-6907, sponsor
Cavileer, Alfred, delineator
Pulis, W Pell, delineator
Webster, Margaret M, delineator
Oviatt, George P, delineator
Branzetti, Frank O, photographer


East Milton42.26015, -71.04890
Google Map of 42.26015080000001, -71.0489018


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