Blueprints of Wyndston, the Frederick C. Stevens house in Manchester, Massachusetts.
Biographical / Historical:
Firm active in late nineteenth century. In 1885, Arthur G. Everett entered into partnership with Edward C. Cabot, and Samuel Mead, forming Cabot, Everett & Mead, and after Mr. Cabot's retirement worked in association with Mr. Mead. Their partnership is noted for the planning of residential structures, particularly suburban homes in the rambling and picturesque style of the period.
Donated anonymously 1975.
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