||Edwin B. Worthen Collection
||Photo folder, SANDERSON HOUSE (LYONS HOUSE), MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
Photos of the Sanderson House, 1314 Massachusetts Avenue, also known as the Lyons House.
Of historical significance, related to the Battle of Lexington, the Sanderson House is located adjacent to the Munroe Tavern. The house dates to around 1730. Samuel Sanderson and his wife, Mary Munroe Sanderson, occupied the house in 1775. A cabinetmaker and carpenter by trade, Sanderson also served with Captain Parker's Minute Men. At least one injured British soldier was housed here on April 19, 1775.
This is a folder-level record in Series 19. Lexington Properties and Landmarks.
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Sanderson, Mary Munroe
||Sanderson House, Massachusetts Avenue #1314
Massachusetts Avenue #1314, Sanderson House
Lyons House, Massachusetts Avenue #1314
Massachusetts Avenue #1314, Lyons House
||SANDERSON HOUSE (LYONS HOUSE), MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE