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William Wheelwright Place, 75 High Street, Newburyport, Essex County, MA

William Wheelwright Place, 75 High Street, Newburyport, Essex County, MA

 
 
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Summary

See also HABS MA-780 for additional information.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-38
Survey number: HABS MA-209
Building/structure dates: 1841 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1888 Subsequent Work

person

Contributors

Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Wheelwright, William
Ward, Henry V
Armstrong
Capers, Thomas
Stocker, Ebeneezer
Adams, Isaac
Carter, Thomas
Gomex, Caroline Smith
Adams, Ann
Wheelwright, John
Wheelwright, Ebeneezer
Wheelwright, Anna
Wheelwright, Susan
Wheelwright, Elizabeth
Krell, Maria Augusta, Wheelwright
Krell, Paul
Wheelwright, Martha Gerrish
Society for the Aid of Aged & Indigent Females of Newburyport
Old Ladies Home
Mayall, N, field team
Cavileer, Alfred, field team
Webster, Margaret M, field team
Oviatt, George P, field team
Saunier, Rylla E, field team
Mayall, R Newton, field team
Webster, Margaret M, project manager
Saunier, Rylla E, project manager
WPA 265-6907, sponsor
Rowell, Louise, delineator
Webster, Margaret M, delineator
Hale, Henry, delineator
Pulis, W Pell, delineator
place

Location

Newburyport (Mass.)42.80440, -70.87109
Google Map of 42.804398, -70.871089
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