54 Dunster Street, Cambridge (1900)

At 54 Dunster Street in Cambridge is a former Harvard clubhouse, built in 1900 and designed by A.J. Russell. It now houses the Harvard Office of Career Services.

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One Response to 54 Dunster Street, Cambridge (1900)

  1. Pat Vaughn says:

    I am looking for any additional information on the architect, A. J. Russell.
    I have found records to indicate that he was the architect that designed/built the 1st Unitarian Church in Richmond, VA. It was completed and dedicated on Feb 18, 1906.
    I would appreciate any biographical/professional information that you have to share for our archives. Thank you. Pat Vaughn

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