Thursday, December 1, 2011

The Henry I. Harriman Residence

The Henry I. Harriman residence designed by John Barnard c. 1916 in Newton, Massachusetts. Harriman was president of the New England Power Company and the New England Power Association as well as president and director of the United States Chamber of Commerce from 1933-1935. Click HERE to see the Harriman residence on google street view.

Photos from American Architect & Architecture, 1917.


ChipSF said...

Zach -
I'm glad you've expanded further afield; you've already shown so many gems. Thanks!

The Down East Dilettante said...

Note that this is the budget version of Carrere & Hastings's 'Vernon Court' at Newport. Architectural trickle down at work.

The Down East Dilettante said...

PS, this house still stands, on the Boston College campus. Here's the Bing link:

Anonymous said...

Despite the lack of gardens, it seems the house itself has held up well.