The Architect of “the handsomest buildings of Lowell”

With this post I return to the historic architecture of Lowell sooner than I’d expected but I answer a question that has puzzled me for fifty years and one that also eluded John Coolidge when he wrote “Mill & Mansion” some seventy-five years ago. The answer  upends some of Coolidge’s assumptions about the architecture of … Continue reading The Architect of “the handsomest buildings of Lowell”