Little & Browne Architectural Projects - Gardens

Collection Type

  • Photography



Location Note

photo album 122E



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Albums compiled by the architects Arthur Little and Herbert Browne documenting completed work for several clients.The majority of photographs in these albums were probably commissioned by the firm of Little and Browne to the photographic studios of William Clark (formerly of Soule Photograph Company, Boston) and T. E. Marr. Both photographers were active as "view photographers" working closely with Boston architects.

It is important that users note the existence of related materials when using these albums. These consist of architectural plans, an album of furniture designs for specific clients, accounts cumulated by the firm's clients and the architectural library of Herbert Browne, housed as a separate unit within the Rare Book Collection. .

"Book E. (previously numbered 106) " Photographs of gardens in Manchester, Pride's Crossing, Beverly, and Lancaster, Massachusetts, 1908-09. Related photographs, also representing gardens designed by Little and Browne, are filed in main photo files: subjects--gardens.


Descriptive Terms

photograph albums
black-and-white photographs

Additional Identification Number

album number 122e

Physical Description

1 photograph album; 11 x 13 9/10 inches

Collection Code


Collection Name

Photograph albums collection

Reference Code



Massachusetts (United States)

Record Details


Little & Browne (Architect)
Little & Browne (Compiler)
Probably Clark, William T. (Photographic studio)
Probably Marr, T. E. (Photographic studio)

Material Type

photograph albums
black-and-white photographs

Other People

Clark, William T.
Marr, T. E.
Browne, Herbert W. C., 1860-1946
Little, Arthur

Other Organizations

Little & Browne



Descriptive Terms

Prides Crossing, MA
Manchester, MA
Lancaster, MA
Beverly, MA
Hamilton, MA
Brookline, MA
Lenox, MA
Danvers, MA

Conservation Note

It is also important to note that albums are in actively deteriorating condition, and that they may in the near future be disassembled from their enclosures.

Description Level


Location Note

photo album 122E