The Foster-Hutchinson House
- Collection Name
- Old-Time New England
- Collection Code
- Date Notes
- Volume 54, Number 195 (Winter, 1964)
- Thomas Hutchinson, Tory governor of Massachusetts, watched as an angry mob almost tore down his beloved three-story house on Garden Court Street on Aug. 26, 1765. Hutchinson longed for it during his exile in England until his death in 1780. This article explores the Foster-Hutchinson House, one of the great lost pieces of architecture in Boston history.
- Full Article
- Collection Type
- Description Level
- Additional Identification Number
Article ID: 112
- Reference Code
Abbott Lowell Cummings (Author)
Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities
- Publisher Series
Old Time New England
- Place of Publication
- Publications Referencing This Collection
(1964). Old Time New England. Boston, Mass.: Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities.
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