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130 Parsons Street

130 Parsons Street

130 Parsons Street

This house was built in 1900 and rises two stories to an asphalt roof. A renovation was performed in 1996.

The 1925 City Directory lists David MacArthur, a carpener, as a resident of this house.

The 1925 Bromley Atlas shows N. McArthur as the owner of this house.

In 1930 this house was owned by David MacArthur, a 62-year old carpenter from Canada. David lived with his 59-year old Canadian wife Nellie; 23-year old son Roy, a clerk for an automobile company; 15-year old niece Ruth Crossman (born in Maine); and 19-year old boarder Helen Beaty, a clothing stitcher from Canada. The building was valued at $7,000.

130 Parsons Street
130 Parsons Street
 

 

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