112 Brattle Street, Cambridge (1846)


The facade of the 1846 Greek Revival style house at 112 Brattle Street in Cambridge faces Willard Street, while a columned porch faces Brattle. The house was constructed by the builder, S.D. Brown and in the early twentieth century was the home of Clifford H. Moore, a Harvard Professor of Latin who contributed to Harvard Studies in Classical Philology and translated the Annals of the Roman historian Tacitus.

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