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Folder 10: Reference materials

Description

This folder contains reference materials and biographical resources. It includes copies of magazine and newspaper articles, excerpts from books, a building permit and specification notes for alteration work. None of the items in this folder are originals. Folder materials have been selected and organized by Historic New England staff. Historic New England staff members have annotated the articles with information about the properties referenced and dates of publication.

Inventory:

Cambridge [1917] Directory. References to Henry A. Frost and Charles W. Killam.

The first of our new houses for 1922. (1922, February). House Beautiful, 104-107.

A house for James H. Cleaves, Esq. (1922, March). House Beautiful, 218.

Greely, R. (1922, November). A small house of distinction. House Beautiful, 420-423., 468-469 [James H. Cleaves]

Power, E. B. (1924, November). A beacon hill restoration. House Beautiful, 462-464, 514-516. [112 Charles Street]

The house in good taste. (1924, November). House Beautiful, 465-468. [112 Charles Street]

“Building Permit” for Lennihan house at 3 Bates Street, Cambridge, MA. 1925.

Greely, R. (1926, November). An architect’s garden in the city. House Beautiful, 557-559, 612-614. [112 Charles Street]

The garden in good taste - an architect’s garden in the city. (1926, November). House Beautiful, 573-576. [112 Charles Street]

The house of William K. Jackson, Esq. (1927, January). House Beautiful, 58-59.

The house in good taste. (1928, April). House Beautiful, 437. [Richard Lennihan]

Small house portfolio: the house of Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Lennihan. (1928, May). House Beautiful, 11.

Smith, M. B. (1928, September). Two houses from one, I. The house of Mary Byers Smith in Andover, Massachusetts. House Beautiful, 241-245, 310-311.

The house of Frank P. Cox, Esq. (1928, September). House Beautiful, 252.

The house in good taste. the home of Mary Byers Smith in Andover, Massachusetts. (1928, September). House Beautiful, 257-260.

Smith, M. B. (1928, October). Two houses from one, II. the house of Mary Byers Smith in Andover, Massachusetts. House Beautiful, 383-387.

An extensible house designed for Claude B. Cross, Esq. (1929, August). House Beautiful, 145.

Power, E. B. (1932, March). High spruces I. the summer residence of Mrs. Dorothy R. Ellis at Haddam, Connecticut. House Beautiful, 170-177.

Power, E. B. (1932, April). High spruces II. the summer residence of Mrs. Dorothy R. Ellis at Haddam, Connecticut. House Beautiful, 280-285, 311-312.

Built-in beds for the summer cottage. (1932, July). House Beautiful, 26. [Mitchell Studio].

Kingsbury, E. (1932, October). Spring pasture - our experiment in the country. House Beautiful, 200-207, 263-264. [Rachel Raymond]

Giving character to a nondescript house. (1933, August). House Beautiful, 40-44.

[Frank Barnes]

Mitchell, M. M. (1933, September). Barn into Studio. House Beautiful, 104B-104E, 104. [Mitchell Studio]

Power, E. B. (1934, August). Modern in New England. House Beautiful, 32-35, 66. [Amelia Peabody Studio]

Hambidge, G. (1935, December). Part-time Squire. House Beautiful, 38+ [Peabody Stables].

Cambridge [1937] Directory. References to Henry A. Frost and Charles W. Killam.

Raymond, E. (1954, April) Specification notes for alteration work for William G. Rueter, Sr: to accompany drawings #1, #3, #4.

Anderson, D. M. (1980). Women, design, and the Cambridge School. PDA Corporation. [This folder contains excerpts from pages 13, 14 and 102]

Taylor, J. (1989, July 28). Obituaries: Eleanor Raymond, 102; architect, designed first N.E. solar house. The Boston Globe, 17.

Power, E. B. (n.d.). House once removed - possibly House Beautiful, no date. [Exmoor Farm]

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Details

Collection Name
Eleanor Raymond photographic collection
Collection Code
PC043
Dates
1922-1982, predominant 1922-1934
Physical Description
1 folder
Collection Type
Photographs
Description Level
File part
GUSN
303283
Reference Code
PC043.10

Arrangement

Materials are arranged in chronological order. The inventory is in APA format with notes about corresponding properties’ names in brackets.

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