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Roswell Gleason House
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 Roswell Gleason's House, which was named Lilacs, stood at corner of Washington and Park Streets. It was built in 1837. The house was turned to face Claybourne Street in early part of 20th century and succmbed to fire in 1979.

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Roswell Gleason House east gableRoswell Gleason House main entranceRoswell Gleason House south facadeRoswell Gleason House south facade2
Roswell Gleason House south porchRoswell Gleason House west facadepaneled door from Gleason HouseGleason House, Dorchester
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Created: December 15, 2003   Modified: December 15, 2003