Richardson, Arthur G.

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Arthur G. Richardson, the Boston architect who resided in Salem designed some notable homes here. He died on Jan. 26th, 1941.

Some of the houses he designed are the Walter K. Bigelow house (220 Lafayette St.), George Morrill house (2 Cedar St.), B. Parker Babbidge House,(12 Fairfield St.)

Robert M. Mahoney House (39 Warren St.), Dr. Fred G. Robbins House (50 Dalton Parkway). His was a colonial revival style.


See Also

Vertical File in Salem Collection - Richardson, Arthur G., architect

The Colonial Architecture of Salem by F. Cousins, p.238, 248

"Obituary of Arthur G. Richardson" Salem Evening News, Jan. 27, 1941, p. 2

"Death notice of Arthur G. Richardson" Salem Evening News, Jan. 28, 1941, p. 2