Rogers Memorial Church Parsonage

102 Green Street
Fairhaven, Mass.

Year Built: 1903

This Elizabethan-inspired building was built in 1903 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.


Registries

• National Register


References

• Massachusetts Cultural Resources Information System, Massachusetts Historical Commission, Inventory No. FAI.50 (Memorial Church Parsonage, 1903, Charles Brigham, architect).

• "Charles Brigham," MacMillan Encyclopedia of Architects, Adolph Placzek, entry written by Margaret Henderson Floyd, 1982, p. 288-9 (Rectory, 1901-1903, Charles Brigham architect).

• National Register of Historic Places, 1903, Charles Brigham, architect.

• "The Story of a ‘Town House,’" Mabel Hoyle Knipe, Fairhaven, Mass, 1977. Parsonage, Charles Brigham, architect. http://www.millicentlibrary.org/townhall.htm

• "A New England Architect and His Work," Oscar Fay Adams, New England Magazine, June, 1907 (Charles Brigham, architect). http://www.millicentlibrary.org/brigham.htm

• Massachusetts Historical Commission, Form B, Fairhaven #50, 1979

• American Architect and Building News, December 10, 1904, Plates 1511, Rogers Memorial Church Parish House, Interior of Cloister Passage and exterior of Cloister Passage, Fairhaven, Mass., Charles Brigham.


Images


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2008 - Detail of Gable End, Courtesy of Marilynne Roach


1979, Massachusetts Historical Commission

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