Tag Archives: William Fenno Pratt

W. H. Lyman House (1870)

The Gothic cottage at 319 Elm Street in Northampton, built in 1870, was designed by William Fenno Pratt for W. H. Lyman. A later owner was S. C. Parsons.

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Jennie C. Pratt House (1895)

The house at 229 Elm Street in Northampton was built c. 1895 for the Pratt family and may have been designed by William F. Pratt, Jr., son of the architect William Fenno Pratt. The property was sold to Jennie C. … Continue reading

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Catholic Society Parsonage, Northampton (1866)

The house at 71 King Street in Northampton was built in 1866 to serve as a parsonage for St. Mary’s Catholic church. It was designed by William Fenno Pratt, who also designed a similar parsonage for the Congregational church. Built … Continue reading

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W.T. Clement House (1860)

In 1860-1861, Northampton manufacturer W.T. Clement built a brick house at what is now 289 Elm Street. In 1879, he sold the house to A.S. Wood, who hired architect William Fenno Pratt to make improvements to building in the form … Continue reading

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George Sargeant House (1869)

The house at 82 Bridge Street in Northampton was built in the late eighteenth or early nineteenth century, but the front of the house was remodeled in 1869 by William F. Pratt for then owner George Sargeant. In recent years, … Continue reading

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J. Stebbins Lathrop House (1848)

Jere Stebbins Lathrop, from West Springfield, became a merchant in Northampton and then in Savannah, Georgia, where he remained until the start of the Civil War. He spent summers in his house at 57 Bridge Street in Northampton, which was … Continue reading

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Smith Charities (1851)

At 51 Main Street in Northampton is an 1851 sandstone Italianate building designed by William Fenno Pratt. The building is home to Smith Charities, an organization which aids indigent children and women. As explained in the American Journal of Education, … Continue reading

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