||Edwin B. Worthen Collection
||Photo folder: MITCHELL (PATRICK) HOUSE, MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
Patrick Mitchell House, Massachusetts Avenue, East Lexington.
Photographs and negatives show two houses, one from late 1700s, the other from early 1800s, joined by shed-type structure, that could also be a small workshop.
At left, a corner of his barber shop. The part of the house at right was Capelle's carpenter shop and was moved to "this" location by Mitchell and made into a separate tenement. W. P. Carlton here before Mitchell. Foundations of his leather factory just above it.
2 photos, 1 negative of exterior of Patrick Mitchell House.
One photo dated 1942, other circa 1890
This is a folder-level record in Series 19. Lexington Properties and Landmarks.
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Carlton, W. P.
||Capelle's carpenter shop
Massachusetts Avenue, Mitchell (Patrick) House
Mitchell (Patrick) House, Massachusetts Avenue
||MITCHELL (PATRICK) HOUSE, MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE