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FORM B - BUILDING <br /> Tour <br /> MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION Place(neighborhood or village) <br /> MASSACHUSETTS ARCHIVES BUILDING <br /> 220 MORRISSEY BOULEVARD <br /> BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02125 Address 36 Hancock Street <br /> Historic Name Hancock-Clarke House <br /> Ph..fnarnnh Uses: Present Museum <br /> Original Dwelling <br /> tte of Construction 1736-1737 <br /> "iurce Dendrochronology 2007 <br /> r <br /> , yle/Form Georgian <br /> ct <br /> rehitect/Builder <br /> tenor Material: Wood <br /> undation Concrete with partial granite facing <br /> all/Trim Wood <br /> of Asbestos cement on south part,cedar shingles on <br /> G <br /> . ..,.. .,, . ....< xi a.0 <br /> .......part <br /> a "rrou sr`sFu :sz'i.. :rz y, <br /> T atbuildiogs/Serondary Structures Mid 19 C.barn <br /> N*buildings between invenrorrea ouuurhg ana.rie a,3,a"� <br /> or natural feature. Label streets including route numbers, ifany. <br /> Circle and number the inventoried building. Indicate north. Major Alterations(with dates) <br /> Kitchen fireplace rebuilt,c. 1850; <br /> Reception and exhibit area built north of the ell in 1775. <br /> 1 X Asbestos cement shingles installed 1930;removed from ell <br /> N in 1979 and replaced with cedar shingles. <br /> Condition Fair <br /> ~�wa <br /> Moved ❑ no [�yes Date 1896; 1974 <br /> Acreage 0.72 acres <br /> r6 <br /> Re rd by Anne Grady "K 'Q Setting Residential street of relatively level grade. <br /> Many surrounding houses date from the mid to late W <br /> Organization Lexington Historical Society century when the street was the most fashionable in <br /> Lexington. <br /> Date(month 1 year) July 2007 <br /> Assessor's Number USGS Quad Arems) ForsiNumber <br />
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