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10-12 MARLAND ST10-12 marland st (click to enlarge)

10-12 MARLAND ST

architectural description

NRDIS NRMRA LHD
Vinyl exterior; 2 units: 10 rooms, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1 3/4 stories

Good doorway & window heads intact, nice porch rail.

historical narrative

Themes: Architectural, community development, industry.
Late 1840's saw rapid development of Ballardvale, building attractive, utilitarian, yet inexpensive housing for employees of Ballardvale Mills..
Jacob Chickering had 1857 contract with John Marland & Co. and had a hand in many Ballardvale mill houses.

Owners:
Ballardvale Mills
Henderson, Jeanne P., 5/1/62
Trombly, Leslie & Valerie, 8/26/64
Pinkham, Roger, 1972

inventory data

Table: Inventory Data for 10-12 MARLAND ST
Place: Ballardvale
Historic District: Ballardvale Local Historic District and Ballardvale National Register District
Address: 10-12 marland st
Historic Name: Ballardvale Mills Worker Housing
Present Use: residence -2 family
Original Use: mill housing
Date of Construction: circa 1840-50's
Source: style -njs
Style/Form: Gothic Revival
Architect/Builder:
Foundation:
Wall/Trim: asbestos shingles; Vinyl (1997)
Roof: Asphalt
Outbuildings / Secondary Structures
Major Alterations:
Condition: good (1997)
Moved:
Demolished:
Acreage: Acreage: 0.20 acres
Setting:
MHC inventory number: ANV.375
Recorded by: Stack /Mofford/Ruth A. Sharpe
Organization: Andover Historical Commission
Date: 1975-77

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