E. Noyes Whitcomb Stable

34 Maple Street
Boston, Mass.

Year Built: 1900
Year Demolished: ca.1927

Charles Brigham designed a stable for E. Noyes Whitcomb. The stable was 1.5 stories and was made of brick. It was located at the corner of Chaney and Maple Streets in Dorchester and cost $5,000. No pictures or plans are known to exist of this design. This building was demolished in ca.1927.

This building was on the same plot as B.D. Whitcomb's "Elm Hill" that Brigham designed before 1894. E. Noyes Whitcomb was B.D. Whitcomb’s successor in title. This building was demolished in ca.1927.


References

• American Architect and Building News, Vol. 62, No. 1197, p. xiv, 1900


Links

http://www.davidjrusso.com/architecture/brigham/buildings/AddressSummary.php?id=11956995690299

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