William H. Emmerton (1828-1873) and Joseph C. Foster (1829-1906), architects and engineers, were located at 6 Central Street, Salem, Massachusetts, in 1853 and later in the Asiatic Building on Washington Street (now 125 Washington Street), which was designed by Emmerton and Foster and completed in 1855. Charles A. Putnam (1828-1899) was the surveyor on many of their projects and engineered railroad bridges. This collection of their architectural drawings and project specifications is arranged as follows:
Envelope containing the inventory for the collection Folder 1a. Specifications of houses and other buildings in Salem and Essex Co. Folder 1b. Plans of of houses and other buildings in Salem and Essex Co. Folder 2. Unidentified elevations, floor plans, framing plans, sets of plans, and lot plans for Salem, etc. Folder 3. Plans for bridges in Essex Co., Maine, etc. Folder 4. Architectural details, funerary designs advertisements, and printed material, fragments, unidentified.
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