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7. Original owner (if known) <br /> Original use <br /> Subsequent uses (if any) and dates <br /> 8. Themes (check as many as applicable) <br /> e <br /> Aboriginal Conservation Recreation <br /> Agricultural Education Religion <br /> Architectural Exploration/ Science/ <br /> The Arts settlement invention <br /> Commerce Industry Social/ <br /> Communication Military humanitarian <br /> Community development x Political Transportation <br /> 9. Historical significance (include explanation of themes checked above) <br /> May be one of two houses built originally by Stephen Robbins, & moved across street <br /> when brick store was built , 1828. <br /> Called variously Conally House,& Stone Robbins house. Clearly needs <br /> researching. (cf 935 Mass. Ave, form E-39) <br /> Front door; 3 windows wide shed--roof dormer on each roof slope; center chimney; set <br /> at right angle to street. <br /> Historical significance (continued) <br /> This is the last remaining house of three vernacular style farm cottages <br /> which stood side by side in this area. To the east of this building stood a <br /> Greek Revival house (small; see photographs in the archives of the Lexington <br /> Historical Society) in which Carl liandelbury conducted a tinsmithy. To the <br /> west was a strange appearing house (see photographs in the archives of the <br /> Lexington Historical Society) in which Charles E. Crowe conducted a cobbler <br /> shop. Both houses were demolished in 1914 when Follen Road was built. (One <br /> of the houses was moved here from Concord Avenue.) <br /> Source: E.B. Worthen;- Lexington Directory 1894; oral history tareby E.B. 1-.orthen <br /> S. Lawrence t7!Zianie, 1984 <br /> 10. Bibliography and/or references (such as local histories, deeds, assessor's records, <br /> early maps, etc.) <br /> oma✓ o va ' iK Gc 00A fXW I : tt�ma <br /> L� o��i ce„ w� 1 q(�OS ��i�u;dea•c.t� <br /> Wok �.Qivt Q-r.! fie. I°�c.Sf its c'i �vi/1 5-3 <br /> 3/73 <br />