Townhouse for James Means, Boston, Mass., 1897

Collection Type

  • Architecture

Date

1897-02-26

Location Note

HGO-01-001-M-C-9

GUSN

GUSN-266065

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Description

Drawings for an original Colonial revival townhouse for James Means at 191 Bay State Road in Boston.

Set includes plot plan; floor and framing plans for the foundation, basement, first, second, third, and fourth floors and roof; front and rear elevations; sections; granite plan and section; marble plan and elevation; party wall elevations; elevation of the library; detail and section of the cornice; and a granite curb plan.

Details

Descriptive Terms

town houses
masonry
Colonial Revival
brick (clay product)
limestone
dwellings
architectural drawings (visual works)
plans (orthographic projections)
site plans
floor plans
elevations (orthographic projections)
framing plans
sections (orthographic projections)

Additional Identification Number

Little & Browne Collection LB BOS mea

Physical Description

1 set of 29 architectural drawings : ink on linen

Collection Code

AR004

Collection Name

Arthur Little and Herbert W.C. Browne architectural collection

Reference Code

AR004.001.002.003

Places

Boston (Suffolk county, Massachusetts)

Record Details

Originator

Little, Arthur, 1852-1925 (Architect)
Browne, Herbert W. C., 1860-1946 (Architect)
Little & Browne (Architect)

Material Type

architectural drawings (visual works)
plans (orthographic projections)
site plans
floor plans
elevations (orthographic projections)
framing plans
sections (orthographic projections)

Other People

Means, James, 1853-1920

Accruals Note

Shown here is the plot plan showing frontage on Bay State Road and official grades.

Description Level

File

Location Note

HGO-01-001-M-C-9