Winchendon Unitarian Church

126 Central Street
Winchendon, Mass.

Year Built: 1866

Charles Brigham submitted a design for a Unitarian church in Winchendon in 1866 but it was not used. There was likely some competition for the job and Shepherd Woodcock received the commission. No plans of this design are known to survive.


References

• Letter from Charles Brigham to John Hubbard Sturgis, 11/26/1867, Sturgis Papers, Boston Athenaeum Library (Brigham describes a potential job for a church in Winchester and clarifies for Sturgis that the submission Brigham made in 1866 was for a church in Winchendon.)

• Discussion with John White in 2010 in which he indicated that the church was built in 1866 and the S.S. Woodcock was the architect.

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