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The oldest building in Boston . . . (1677-1878)

The oldest building in Boston . . . (1677-1878)

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Title:
The oldest building in Boston . . . (1677-1878)
Artist:
Holmes, Henry, b. ca. 1832
Name on Item:
Henry Holmes
Date:
1878
Format:
Paintings
Drawings/Illustrations
Genre:
Watercolors
Location:
Boston Public Library
Print Department
Collection (local):
Boston Pictorial Archive
Series:
Residences & Street Views Residences Misc.
Subjects:
Houses
Places:
MassachusettsSuffolk (county)BostonNorth End
Extent:
1 drawing : watercolor ; 16 1/2 x 11 1/2 in.
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Additional information on item: Watercolor drawing by Henry Holmes (b. c. 1832 -), 1878.
Image caption: The oldest building in Boston stands at the corner [illegible] and Sun Court streets. It was built in 1677 and conveyed by Benjamin Rawlings to Ralph Barger, February 8, 1699, for £45, New England currency, as per record in Registry of Deeds, lib. 19, fol. 270.
Accession #:
08_02_003981