Brookline Historical Society
South Brookline

276 - 290 Clyde St., March 1921
Left to right: 276, 286/288, 290 Clyde St., all still standing. #288 was a store and had two gas pumps in front for many years.
[Source: Olmsted]
Ebenezer Heath House, built 1791. 30 Heath St.
30 Heath St. near Boylston, still standing, largely unchanged.
House of George Bacon. Later, Lowell House "Sevenels". 70 Heath St.
From a stereoview circa 1860-1865. Later purchased after the Civil War by Augustus Lowell and named "Sevenels" (Seven Lowells). Extensive exterior renovations in 1947.

Photography studio of Black and Batchelder, 172 Washington St. Boston.
Benjamin White House, 203 Heath St.
Left in photo. Still standing. On Register of Historic Places
Helen Dane Estate, Heath St.
Now part of Pine Manor College
Richard's Tavern, Heath St. near Hammond St.
Northeast corner of Heath and Hammond. Known as the "Old Stage Coach Tavern". Built circa 1760-70. The Worcester Turnpike (Rt. 9) passed behind the house where a tollgate was located.
Jackson Estate, northwest corner Heath St. and Hammond St. [ref. 1874 atlas]
Built in 1753; no longer standing
Gardner-Quimby House, Heath St
Near Heath St. and Woodland Rd.
John G. Wright House, Woodland Rd.
Formerly located on the small hill, corner Woodland Rd. and Heath St. House later owned by Andrew Adie. Now the Soule Playground. The estate's stable is currently the headquarters of the Brookline Recreation Dept.
Woodward-Goldsmith House, Clyde St.
At today's 114 Clyde St. Built in 1723 by John Woodward, occupied for many years by George Goldsmith
Woodward-Goldsmith House, Clyde St., View #2
At today's 114 Clyde St. Built in 1723 by John Woodward, occupied for many years by George Goldsmith
Druce-Craft House, on the Denny Farm, Newton St.
Near intersection with La Grange. Built circa 1665 by Vincent Druce, later purchased by the Craft family, demolished 1902.
Craft House, South St.
Widow Harris House, built 1772, now in Larz Anderson Park
Newton St. at the park entrance. Maintained by the Historical Society.
Larz Anderson, Gardens
Larz Anderson, Gardens
Original Larz Anderson house, rear
Larz Anderson, Gardens
Larz Anderson, Gardens
Original Larz Anderson house
This is the original house built by William Fletcher Weld, grandfather of Isabel Anderson. It was later bequethed to Isabel's cousin, William Weld, and eventually sold in 1899 to the newly-wedded Anderson's by the latter's widow.
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