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Name Parkhurst, Lewis

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Image of 1300.09 - Plan of land in Winchester, Massachusetts north of the Center showing old and new freight yards and new athletic field, June 5, 1939.

1300.09 - Plan of land in Winchester, Massachusetts north of the Center showing old and new freight yards and new athletic field, June 5, 1939.

Plot plan of the north end of Winchester with accompanying text. Two photographs are included. This is a copy of the original article that appeared in the Winchester Star June 9, 1939, page 3. It is encapsulated in polyester.

Image of 1300.32 - Plan of Ginn Field, Winchester, Massachusetts, 1938

1300.32 - Plan of Ginn Field, Winchester, Massachusetts, 1938

This is a full size reproduction of p. 6 of the June 2, 1939 Winchester Star. It is the proposed plan of Ginn Field with the 1895 report submitted by the Winchester Park Commissioners - Forrest C. Manchester, David N. Skillings and Louis Goddu. Lewis Parkhurst adds commentary on the report and why the field should be named for Mr. Ginn. The plan was drawn by Parker Holbrook, town engineer, May 5, 1938. This reprint is encapsulated in polyester.

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FAM 1100.15 - Records of Winchester Families

This collection is a compilation of family records from the founding of the town until present day. These primary documents include books, reminiscences, copies of deeds and wills, letters, genealogies, miscellaneous documents, and diaries. The families resided in the Winchester area from the middle of the 17th century and had a major influence on the land and industries in Winchester.

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FAM 1979.20 - Harris and Nina Richardson Collection

This collection contains a variety of materials from Harris Sawyer Richardson, an American politician who served as President of the Massachusetts State Senate. Harris Richardson and his sister, Nina Richardson, acquired this collection, which contains mostly newspaper clippings. The clipping were published in various Massachusetts newspapers, including the Winchester Star and the Boston Globe. Also of interest is correspondence, minutes, and draft bills from Richardson time on the State Senate.

Image of 1200.02.281 - 366 Main St.

1200.02.281 - 366 Main St.

366 Main St. Italianate built by John H. Coates in 1853. Lawson House. Brick front on first story added later.

Image of 1200.02.295 - 366 Main St.

1200.02.295 - 366 Main St.

366 Main St. Italianate built by John H. Coates in 1853. Lawson House. Brick front on first story added later.

Image of 1200.02.436 - Oak Knoll

1200.02.436 - Oak Knoll

Oak Knoll, Parkhurst House, Queen Anne/Colonial Revival, original owner - Lewis Parkhurst, 1893.

Image of 1200.02.437 - Oak Knoll

1200.02.437 - Oak Knoll

Oak Knoll, Parkhurst House, Queen Anne/Colonial Revival, original owner - Lewis Parkhurst, 1893.

Image of 1200.02.438 - Oak Knoll

1200.02.438 - Oak Knoll

Oak Knoll, Parkhurst House, Queen Anne/Colonial Revival, original owner - Lewis Parkhurst, 1893.

Image of 1200.02.439 - Oak Knoll

1200.02.439 - Oak Knoll

Oak Knoll, Parkhurst House, Queen Anne/Colonial Revival, original owner - Lewis Parkhurst, 1893.

Image of 1200.02.440 - Oak Knoll

1200.02.440 - Oak Knoll

Oak Knoll, Parkhurst House, Queen Anne/Colonial Revival, original owner - Lewis Parkhurst, 1893.

Image of 1200.02.739 - 12 Brooks Street

1200.02.739 - 12 Brooks Street

12 Brooks Street, built 1893. This house belonged to Frank A. Cutting who was second president of the Middlesex National Bank, succeeding Lewis Parkhurst. In 1922 it was moved from the Parkhurst estate "Oak Knoll" to this site.

Image of 1200.04.208 - Lewis and Richard Parkhurst with Margaret in buggy

1200.04.208 - Lewis and Richard Parkhurst with Margaret in buggy

Lewis Parkhurst holding his granddaughter Margaret inside a buggy, with Richard Parkhurst standing alongside at Oak Knoll, the family home

Image of 1200.04.214 - Lewis and Emma Parkhurst

1200.04.214 - Lewis and Emma Parkhurst

Lewis and Emma Parkhurst on steps of Parkhurst Hall, Dartmouth College

Image of 1200.04.77 - Lewis Parkhurst

1200.04.77 - Lewis Parkhurst

Studio portrait of Lewis Parkhurst. He appears to be in his early thirties. Handwritten on the back is: Principal of WHS [Winchester High School] 1886.

Image of 1200.11.158

1200.11.158 -

Aberjona River between Swanton and Cross streets, looking in the direction of the Beggs & Cobb tannery. This photograph shows the same section of the river as in 1200.11.157 after Lewis Parkhurst had it improved according to Herbert Kellaway's plan of 1928.

Image of 1200.11.159

1200.11.159 -

Aberjona River between Swanton and Cross streets, showing the Puffer Manufacturing Company factory at the right. This photograph was taken before the Lewis Parkhurst had improvements made according to Herbert Kellaway's plan of 1928. 1200.11.160 shows the same view after improvement.

Image of 1200.11.160

1200.11.160 -

Aberjona River between Swanton and Cross streets, showing the Puffer Manufacturing Company factory at the right. This photograph was taken after Lewis Parkhurst had improvements made according to Herbert Kellaway's plan of 1928. 1200.11.159 shows the same view before improvement.