Henry Cabot Lodge Porter Lodge Addition

Eastern Point
Nahant, Mass.

Year Built: 1869
Year Demolished: Unsure of Date

Charles Brigham designed an addition to the porter’s lodge, including the addition of a bay window. He apparently did other work to the buildings on the property, but it is unclear what those alterations were. Brigham simply wrote:

“I am doing some trifling work for Mr. James at Nahant, such as a bay window to the lodge.”

At the time, the property was owned by George Abbot James, who later had Sturgis & Brigham design a cottage for him on the adjacent plot.


References

• Letters from Charles Brigham to John Hubbard Sturgis, June 27, 1869, Sturgis Papers, Boston Athenaeum Library.

• Wilson, Fred A., Some Annals of Nahant, Massachusetts, Wright & Potter Publishing, Boston, 1928, p. 280.

• Matthias, Christopher R. and Turino, Kenneth C., Nahant, Massachusetts, Arcadia Publishing, Great Britain, 1999, pp. 54 and 59.

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