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Old Posted Nov 6, 2015, 5:51 AM
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Temple and Hill

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Originally Posted by tovangar2 View Post
Back in 1878-1879 the Gillette home was in a very suburban setting. Hill St, coming down off Court Hill, is a lane at best. The Horticultural Pavilion (Ezra Kysor, 1879), on Fort Moore Hill, is at upper right, just nearing completion:

seaver center

The in-between stage, 1892. Temple street frontages have been graded and Hill Street is now a proper, if somewhat disjointed, street:

uscdl (detail)
I think this view of Temple and Hill and the Gillette Home falls here chronologically, compared with the
other photos posted by T2 and HossC:

Seaver Center -- http://collections.nhm.org/seaver-ce...php?irn=509690

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