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Raymonds building statistics book in the Special Collections, Frances Loeb Library, Harvard Design School states the address as #12 Lawrence Street, but #10 Lawrence Street is printed on the back of several photographs. Twenty-three black and white photographs (7.5 x 9.5 inches) and one set of architectural plans of a late Georgian style home built in 1919. The Cleaves house was the first building project of Eleanor Raymond. At the time, she was in the offices of Henry A. Frost and they collaborated on this project.
Eleanor Raymond photographic collection