Henry A. Whitney House

102 Beacon Street
Boston, Mass.

Year Built: 1870
Year Demolished: Unsure of Date

Charles Brigham designed an alteration of Henry Whitney’s house in 1870. It has since been demolished. It’s unclear the nature and extent of the alteration, although Brigham wrote,

“The alterations in Mr. Whitney’s house which he bought of your uncle were trifling and not requiring plans, although the original drawings by which the house was built not being in existence, we took measurements and made a small set of plans for Mr. Whitney’s use in buying carpets, etc.”

No pictures or plans are known to survive of these plans.


References

• Letters from Charles Brigham to John Hubbard Sturgis, November 10, 1870, Sturgis Papers, Boston Athenaeum Library.

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