Architectural drawings of a gazebo, Cambridge, Mass.

Description

38 Quincy St. was the Lieutenant Charles Henry Davis house, designed by architect Henry Greenough (1897-1883). Parker designed this gazebo using the posts and aprons of the house, which was intended for demolition.

Details

Descriptive Terms

gazebos
architectural drawings (visual works)
perspective views
plans (orthographic projections)
elevations (orthographic projections)
sections (orthographic projections)
detail views

Inscription

Gazebo - posts and apron salvaged from side porch at 38 Quincy St., Cambridge / Henry Greenough / arch't (1807-1883) (handwritten)
SP del. April 1951 (handwritten)
Registered Architect / Stanley B. Parker / No. 605 / 127[6?] Mass. Ave. / Camb., Mass. / Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Stamped)

Additional Identification Number

DigitalID 002341
AccessID 4296
Transparency Number ARC?
Other identifier HNEDID-002341

Physical Description

Perspective, plans, elevation, section, and details : graphite, watercolor, gouache and black ink stamp on paper-faced wood pulp board ; 15 3/8 x 23 5/8 inches

Collection Code

AR001

Collection Name

General architectural and cartographic collection

Date of Acquisition

2006

Reference Code

AR001.USMA.0350.002

Acquisition Type

Museum Purchase

Date Notes

13 April 1951

Image Dimensions

23 5/8 x 15 3/8 (HxW)(inches)

Places

Cambridge (Middlesex county, Massachusetts)

Record Details

Originator

Parker, Stanley Brampton, 1881-1965 (Architect)

Material Type

architectural drawings (visual works)
perspective views
plans (orthographic projections)
elevations (orthographic projections)
sections (orthographic projections)
detail views

Other People

Greenough, Henry
Davis, Charles Henry

Subjects

Quincy Street (Cambridge, Mass.)

Accruals Note

backlog Originally scanned 39855

Description Level

Item

Location Note

Transparencies: Architectural