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Exterior view of the Everett-Appleton House, Pleasant Street, from across the yard. Six men and women are standing near the front fence. Standing behind the fence is (probably) Francis Parker Appleton. Standing in front of the fence, from left to right, are: Nathaniel Walker Appleton(?); an unidentified man ("F.P.A."); William C. Appleton, Jr.; Alice Leslie Appleton; and Mr. William C. Appleton, Sr.
OVP0181: Recto of mount: Mr. F.P.A. [from left to right:] N.W.A. F.P.A. W.C.A. 2d Alice Leslie A. Wm C. A. Sr. [printed with photographer's name and address:] A. H. Folsom, photographer Office, 34 Bromfield St , Boston; Verso of mount: Appleton House, Pleasant Street, Dorchester, Mass. Early spring of 1872 Built by Moses Everett 1779 [in a different hand, in ink:] Gift of Mr. Wm. C. Appleton of Cohasset 11 Feb. 1926 [page glued to verso of mount containing a handwritten description of the house]. OVP0182: Recto of mount: [printed with photographer's name and address:] A. H. Folsom, photographer Office, 34 Bromfield St , Boston; Verso of mount: Mr. John A. Knowles, Cohasset, Mass. [in a different hand:] A loan to S.P.N.E.A. + may be called for by Mr. John A. Knowles (see correspondence under Appleton/Everett hse. Dorchester) [in a different hand:] Pleasant Street
OVP Photo Database Number 186
OVP Number OVP0181 ; OVP0182
2 photographic prints
General photographic collection
11 February 1926 (copy one)
10.625 x 13.125 (HxW)(inches)
Copy one (OVP0181): Gift of Mr. William C. Appleton. Copy two (OVP0182): On loan from Mr. John A. Knowles.
Dorchester (Boston, Suffolk county, Massachusetts) [neighborhood]
Boston (Suffolk county, Massachusetts)
Folsom, A. H. (Augustine H.), 1800-1910 (Photographer)
Appleton, Alice Leslie
Appleton, Francis Parker, 1822-1903
Appleton, William C.
Appleton, William C., Jr.
Pleasant Street (Dorchester, Mass.)
Copy one (OVP0181): Sheet of paper glued to verso of mount. Copy two (OVP0182): Mount torn, with bottom left corner missing; bottom right side of recto of mount stained; staining from pressure-sensitive tape on bottom edge of verso of mount.