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INVENTORY FORM CONTINUATION SHEET Community: Form No: <br /> MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL CM1ISSION Lexington <br /> Office of the Secretary, Boston <br /> Property Name: Garrity House <br /> Indicate each item on inventory form which is being *continued below. <br /> Most important, however, is its role with the carriage house in <br /> providing picturesque closure at the Northeast perimeter of the <br /> - Battle Green. <br /> The carriage house , an equally simple structure , appears from <br /> construction characteristics to have been built c . 1810 . There are <br /> three sets of doors , two with a characteristic Federal elliptically- <br /> arched frames . <br /> BIBLIOGRAPHY/REFERENCES <br /> Kelly, Beverly. Lexington: A Century cf Photographs . Lexington <br /> Historical Society, Lexington, T4,A, 1980 . <br /> Lexington Historical Commission. The Garrity. House . Hancock Street, <br /> Lexington: Sip-nificance , Physical Condition. Ideas for Reuse . <br /> July 17, 1980. Report to Selectmen of Lexington. <br /> Worthen, Edwin B. . Buckmen Tavern,__An Account of the Land and the <br /> House . its Ownership,- Develolpment and Restoration. Lexington <br /> Historical Society, Lexington, MA, 1963- <br /> Reminiscences <br /> 9 3•Reminiscences of Mrs. C.C. Goodwin. Lexington Historical Society archives, <br /> Lexington, MA. <br /> Records of the Garrity House Committee, Anne Grady, Chairman. <br /> Staple to Inventory form at bottom <br />