ART
ARCHITECTURE
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in the Public Realm
Ebenezer Hancock House
Historic Buildings: Residential

Photographer
Peter Vanderwarker
Dates
  • Constructed, 1712
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Description
ABOUT THE HISTORICAL PHOTOGRAPHS
"In the ever-changing city, a few things remain the same. We’re looking at one of the oldest surviving houses in Boston, the so-called Ebenezer Hancock House. It stands at 10 Marshall Street in the tiny neighborhood of narrow, twisting lanes known as the Blackstone Block, next to the Faneuil Hall Marketplace. The house was built in 1767 by the uncle of the John Hancock who signed the Declaration of Independence. It was inherited by John, who gave it to hi...
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Location
10 Marshall Street
Boston, MA 02184
United States

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