Brewer-Young House (1884)

Brewer-Young House

The Brewer-Young House in Longmeadow is a Colonial Revival mansion built in 1884 as a residence for Rev. Samuel Wolcott. The house was next occupied, in 1889, by State Senator George Brewer, who covered the exterior of the house with brown shingles. It was sold, in 1922, to Mary Ida Young, wife of Wilbur Fenelon Young, the inventor of the liniment Absorbine. Young had the brown shingles removed.

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One Response to Brewer-Young House (1884)

  1. Mary Burns says:

    Where there any other owners other than Brewers and Young?

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