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Nancy Douglas Bowditch and Brush Family papers, circa 1860-1985

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Series 7: Brush Family Home Building Files , 1910-1971
10 folders
Boxes 4, 8

This series contains materials relating to two homes of the Brush family: Brushwood, built by William Robert Pearmain, and a logcabin in Dublin, NH. Materials include plans, a map of Dublin, New Hampshire, Stave Church inspirations used by Pearmain to design the house, photographs, and a watercolor of Brushwood by Nancy.
This series has been scanned in its entirety.
Description Container Select
Brushwood
Plan of Brushwood, 1910
photograph of original
4
47
Map of Dublin, New Hampshire, 1970 September 18
4
48
Examples of Stave Churches, undated, circa 1910
4
49
Photographs of Home, 1911 October
4
50
Photographs of Home, 1923-1924
taken by Harold Bowditch
4
51
Photographs of Interior, circa 1910s
4
52
Watercolor of Brushwood, by Nancy Douglas Bowditch, circa 1910s
Oversized material housed in Box 8
4
53
Log Cabin
Sketch, circa 1970s
photocopy
4
54
Photographs of Construction, 1971 August-November
4
55
Photographs, after 1971
4
56
Oversized Watercolor, circa 1910s
Oversized item scanned with Box 4, F53
8
1

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