18-26 Main StreetThis design is a high-styled Colonial Revival building and these elements are the kinds that Charles Brigham used in is designs. Additionally, this is an early use of these design elements, which also suggests that Brigham was the architect. Brigham did design the dormer additions on this building in the early 1890s. Further research is necessary to determine whether Brigham designed this building. The building was built in ca. 1870 and demolished in 1925.
Year Built: ca.1870
Year Demolished: 1925
• Bacon, George F., "Waltham and Watertown: Their Representative Business Men and Points of Interest," New York, 1893 (picture).
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