Andover Historic Preservation


4-6 HAVERHILL ST

architectural description

NRDIS

Part of American Woolen Company's Shawsheen Village

historical narrative

Present owner: Coco, Frank & Marion (Oct 19 1975)

Previous owners: 1. American Woolen Company
2. Coco, Frank and Mary D. May 13, 1965
3. The Coco Corporation Jul 21, 1965
4. Coco, Mary D. Jun 11, 1968

Themes: Architectural, Community development, Industry

Historical significance: see area form - Shawsheen

This was built by American Woolen Company to serve not only the needs of Shawsheen Village, but also a wider market including Andover, Lawrence, and Lowell.

bibliography/references

See area form Shawsheen - for complete bibliography

inventory data

Table: Inventory Data for 4-6 HAVERHILL ST
Place: Shawsheen Village
Historic District: Shawsheen Village NRH District
Address: 4-6 haverhill st
Historic Name: Shawsheen Laundry - American Woolen Company
Present Use: commercial
Original Use: Shawsheen Laundry, Inc.
Date of Construction: 1923
Source: AHS files/Town Crier/Dir. of Shawsheen Village
Style/Form: Georgian Revival
Architect/Builder: Albright, probably ?
Foundation:
Wall/Trim: Brick and Aauminum siding
Roof:
Outbuildings / Secondary Structures
Major Alterations: Modernized
Condition:
Moved:
Demolished:
Acreage: lot size: 3,000 sq. ft.; approx. frontage: 52'
Setting:
MHC inventory number:
Recorded by: Stack/Mofford
Organization: Andover Historical Commission
Date: 1975-1977

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