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Timothy Jackson House, 527 Washington Street, Newton, Middlesex County, MA

Timothy Jackson House, 527 Washington Street, Newton, Middlesex County, MA



Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-8, FN-29
Survey number: HABS MA-139
Building/structure dates: 1809 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Jackson, Timothy
Jackson, Henry Chapin
Jackson, William
Jackson, Montgomery
Mayall, R Newton, field team
Mayall, M W, field team
Bolden, Charles S, project manager
Mass ERA, sponsor
Jenness, George W, delineator
Mayall, R Newton, delineator
Haskell, Arthur C, photographer
Di Stephano, Carmen, delineator
Price, Herbert H, delineator


Newton Center (Newton, Mass.)42.35543, -71.19462
Google Map of 42.3554305, -71.1946233


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