Elbridge Southwick House (1910)

The house at 225 Elm Street, at the corner of Franklin Street, was built around 1910 by Elbridge G. Southwick (1842-1925). The house was constructed on the former homestead of Henry Edwards, which Southwick purchased in 1906.

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One Response to Elbridge Southwick House (1910)

  1. Bill Jeffway says:

    Web link is for photo of this house decorated for Vice President Coolidge’s “Nomination Day” on July 27, 1920. Part of the parade route where and when Calvin Coolidge accepted his party’s nomination for VP. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=186176521507127&set=pb.116460925145354.-2207520000.1357488023&type=3&theater

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