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    HISTORIC NEWTON WALKS A Remarkable Woman: Mrs Annie Cobb, Architect and Builder in the Late 1800s

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    September 26, 2010


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    HISTORIC NEWTON WALKS A Remarkable Woman: Mrs Annie Cobb, Architect and Builder in the Late 1800s

    Sunday, September 26, 2 pm HISTORIC NEWTON WALKS A Remarkable Woman: Mrs Annie Cobb, Architect and Builder in the Late 1800s Throughout history men have largely occupied the fields of construction and architecture. Annie M. Cobb, a Victorian woman of some means but with no traditional education managed to develop the skills as both an architect and builder in the newly emerging suburb of Newton Highlands. Come and learn about Mrs. Cobb, who...

    Sunday, September 26, 2 pm HISTORIC NEWTON WALKS A Remarkable Woman: Mrs Annie Cobb, Architect and Builder in the Late 1800s Throughout history men have largely occupied the fields of construction and architecture. Annie M. Cobb, a Victorian woman of some means but with no traditional education managed to develop the skills as both an architect and builder in the newly emerging suburb of Newton Highlands. Come and learn about Mrs. Cobb, who is Massachusetts’ first woman architect, and her houses which date from 1877 to 1903. Meet at the Corner of Forest and Chester Streets. Free.


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    527 Washington Street
    Newton, MA 02458

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    2 PM



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