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Name Maplewood Avenue
Number of Archive records 3
Number of Library records 5
Number of Object records 0
Number of Photo records 185

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MS081 B02 F13 - Federal Housing Projects

Documents related to Federal Housing Projects in Portsmouth during World War II. Includes deeds and correspondence for property located off Woodbury Ave., Maplewood Ave. and Cutts Ave. Large plan is in LM 50.

MS081 LM50 - Federal Housing Projects

Documents related to Federal Housing Projects in Portsmouth during World War II. Includes deeds and correspondence for property located off Woodbury Ave., Maplewood Ave. and Cutts Ave. Other documents are located in MS081 B02 F13.

S1441 - Interviews about the Frank Jones Neighborhood with Louise & Jack McGee and Elizabeth Badger ("Betty') Pennington of Portsmouth, N.H., 2010

Two audio-cassettes of interviews and reminiscences about the Frank Jones neighborhood, including Badger Farm Creameries, in Portsmouth. One interview is with Louise & Jack McGee and the other is with Elizabeth Badger ("Betty') Pennington. There is also a small amount of related papers. The interviews were conducted by Patricia J. Taylor and Tammi Truax in 2010. See PS2819. See Vertical File 0652 See Name File 0973

Image of Maplewood Avenue - Vertical File

Maplewood Avenue - Vertical File

Boyd-Raynes House was built c1740 and demolished c1940

Image of P07_53_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_53_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

The Boyd-Raynes House, corner of Raynes and Maplewood avenues, Portsmouth, NH. The original house, which looks nothing like the image in the photograph, was built in 1740 by Col. Nathaniel Meserve. After his death in 1758, the house passed to Peter Livius who obtained rights to dam the North Mill Pond to power mills built on either side of the waterway. Circa 1768, Col. George Boyd purchased the property and considerably enlarged it adding large gardens and numerous out buildings. He left for England during the Revolutionary War and was on his return home in 1787 when he died at sea two days before reaching port. In1832, George Raynes bought the house and shipyard, which by that time

Image of P07_53_02 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_53_02 - Harriman Photograph Collection

The Boyd Stone in the North Cemetery, Maplewood Avenue, Portsmouth, NH. This monument was brought from England by George Boyd during his return to Portsmouth after the Revolutionary War. Unfortunately, Boyd died two days before the ship reached port, and he was buried below this monument. Boyd lived nearby on the corner of Maplewood and Raynes avenues. The houses seen beyond the cemetery were demolished during the Vaughan Street Urban Renewal Project, c. 1968.

Image of P07_54_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_54_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

The Richard Jackson House, Northwest Street, Portsmouth, NH. Built c.1664, the Jackson House is the oldest building in Portsmouth, and it is one of the earliest extant timber framed buildings in northern New England. The house remained in the Jackson Family until 1923 when it was sold to the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities (now Historic New England) for $1,400. The house is now open as a museum.

P07_54_01a - Harriman Photograph Collection

The Richard Jackson House, Northwest Street, Portsmouth, NH. See P07_54_01 for image.

Image of P07_54_02 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_54_02 - Harriman Photograph Collection

Waterhouse-Ham House, corner of Maplewood and Dearborn streets, Portsmouth, NH. Originally, this house was built, c. 1700, by Timothy Waterhouse, a tanner, on Freeman's Point (formerly Ham's Point) on land granted to William Ham in 1652. The house remained on its original site until 1765 when it was moved to the location shown in this photograph. The building was demolished in 1939.

Image of P07_55_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_55_01 - Harriman Photograph Collection

Gov. John Langdon's tomb, North Cemetery, Maplewood Avenue, Portsmouth, NH.

Image of P07_86_06 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_86_06 - Harriman Photograph Collection

Fallen trees and broken headstones in North Cemetery possibly damage from the Hurricane of 1938, Portsmouth, NH.

Image of P07_86_07 - Harriman Photograph Collection

P07_86_07 - Harriman Photograph Collection

Fallen trees and broken headstones in North Cemetery possibly damage from the Hurricane of 1938, Portsmouth, NH. The buildings across the street were demolished during the Vaughan Street Urban Renewal Project, c. 1967.

P1.0047 - Thomas C. Wilson Photograph Collection

FRANK JONES HOUSE, MAPLEWOOD AVENUE

Image of P1.0239 - Thomas C. Wilson Photograph Collection

P1.0239 - Thomas C. Wilson Photograph Collection

Frank Jones Stables, Maplewood Farms, Maplewood Avenue, Portsmouth, NH.

P1.0280 - Thomas C. Wilson Photograph Collection

FRANK JONES; MAPLEWOOD FARM. NO IMAGE