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INVENTORY FORM B CONTINUATION SHEET LEXINGTON 107 Bow STREET <br /> MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION Area(s) Form No. <br /> 220 MORRISSEY BOULEVARD,BOSTON,MASSACHUSETTS 02125 <br /> 2195 <br /> as Massachusetts Avenue Terrace and Arlington Heights Terrace—was laid out by Jacob W.Wilbur, a prolific Brookline <br /> developer. Wilbur typically sited his subdivisions near streetcar lines and appealed to working class residents. <br /> Bow Street appears to have been laid out between 1918 and 1920, when five households are listed on this road. The first known <br /> occupants at this address are Raffaele Tribuna, a laborer at Mt. Auburn Cemetery, and his wife Pasqualina (Lina) (both born in <br /> Italy), who were living here by 1934. They may have occupied the house as early as 1920, when the census identifies them at <br /> 173 Rindge Avenue (the numbering system may have changed)with two teenage children: Jennie (Giovannina), who worked as <br /> a packer in a candy shop, and Antony(Domenico Antonio), who made mops in a mop factory. Lina Tribuna lived in this house at <br /> least through 1945. Subsequent residents included Gordon V. Hatfield, an artist, and his wife Leona F. (1955 and 1965) and <br /> their son, Gordon Jr., who was in the air force (1965). <br /> BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES <br /> Historic maps and atlases: Walling 1853; Beers 1875; Walker 1889; Stadly 1898; Walker 1906; Sanborn 1908, 1918, 1927, <br /> 1935, 1935/1950. <br /> Lexington Comprehensive Cultural Resources Survey, Period and Area Summaries. <br /> http://historicsurvey.lexingtonma.gov/index.htm Accessed Jul 23, 2015. <br /> Lexington Directories: 1899, 1908-09, 1915, 1922, 1924, 1934, 1936 <br /> Lexington List of Persons: 1935, 1945, 1955, 1965. <br /> Massachusetts Historical Commission. "MHC Reconnaissance Survey Town Report: Lexington." 1980. <br /> . Form A– Liberty Heights, LEX.Q. Prepared by Anne Grady and Nancy Seasholes, 1984 and 2001. <br /> U.S. Census: 1920, 1930. <br /> SUPPLEMENTARY IMAGES <br /> 1 <br /> North and west(fagade)elevations <br /> Continuation sheet 3 <br />
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