Tag Archives: Queen Anne Style

Glimpses. 140 Noyes Street

Built ca 1899. Probably for Marks and Earle.

A fine Queen Anne in the Oakdale neighborhood.

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Glimpses. 90 & 94 Gray Street

Built ca: 1888

A pair of modest Queen Anne’s in the block between Brackett and Clark Streets

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Glimpses. 132 Pleasant Avenue

Built ca: 1900

A large but seemingly incomplete Queen Anne in Deering

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129 William Street.

Built prior to 1900 by Arthur E Marks

Another house built on spec in Fessenden Park.

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Glimpses. 126 William Street. By request

Built prior to 1899 by Arthur E Marks

Built ‘on spec’ as part of the Fessenden Park development

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Glimpses. 108 Fessenden Street.

Built ca 1895

A nicely detailed and well preserved Queen Anne in the USM neighborhood.

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Glimpses. 30 Glenwood Avenue

Built ca 1899

As we have seen in previous posts, the introduction of trolley and omnibus service in the 1880’s & 90’s opened large tracts of former farm lands westward off the peninsula to development. Our subject is part of this trend and puts us back in touch with Mr. Llewellyn Morse Leighton.

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