Printed Materials Relating to Dorchester Buildings & Monuments
Boston’s Triple-Deckers. Boston: Office of Program Development, 1978.
Dedication of the Soldiers Monument at Dorchester, September 17, 1867. Boston: T. Groom & Co., 1868.
Clapp, David. Old Morton and Taylor Estates in Dorchester, Mass. Boston: Press of David Clapp & Son, 1892.
Cummings, Abbott Lowell. Framed Houses of Massachusetts Bay, 1625-1725. Cambridge, 1979.
Foley, Rosanne. The Clock in Peabody Square, Ashmont. Dorchester: Dorchester Historical Society, 2003.
Fowle, John A. Paper on the Old Dorchester Burying Ground 1634. Read before the Society, November 22nd, 1901. Second edition. Dorchester: Dorchester Historical Society, 1907.
Howells, John Mead. Lost Examples of Colonial Architecture. New York, 1963.
The Humphreys Homestead, 1784-1917. [Comprises a poem written on the occasion of the family leaving the house for good.]
Jackson, Robert Tracy. History of the Oliver, Vassall and Royall Houses in Dorchester, Cambridge and Medford. Boston, 1907.
Krim, Arthur J. Three-Deckers of Dorchester: An Architectural Historical Survey. Boston, 1977.
McBride, Marion A. “Some Old Dorchester Houses.” New England Magazine new series, 2 (1890) 314-321.
Sammarco, Anthony. “The Peabody: historic landmark, DCNs home.” in Dorchester Community News, 14 June 1991.
Taylor, Earl. The Clapp Family and Dorchester, a Landscape History. Dorchester, 2007.
Three Decker Housing in the City of Boston: A Reconnaissance. 1974.
Tucci, Douglass Shand. All Saints Ashmont: A Centennial History. 1974.
Tucci, Douglass Shand. All Saints Church, Boston: An Introduction to the Architecture of Ralph Adams Cram (v. 2 of The Gothic Churches of Dorchester). 1975.
Tucci, Douglass Shand. Ashmont: An Historical Guide to Peabody Square, Carruth’s Hill and Ashmont Hill … 1991.
Tucci, Douglass Shand. Church Building in Boston, 1720-1970. 1974.
Tucci, Douglass Shand. Gothic Churches of Dorchester. Dorchester: Dorchester Savings Bank, 1972.
Tucci, Douglass Shand. Gothic Churches of Dorchester. 2 v. 1974.
Tucci, Douglass Shand. Ralph Adams Cram, American Medievalist. 1975.
Tucci, Douglass Shand. Second Settlement: A Case Study in the Development of Victorian Boston. 1974.
Whitefield, Edwin. The Homes of Our Forefathers. 3rd ed. Boston: A. Williams, 1880. Includes illustrations of the Pierce House and the Welles Mansion.
Zimmer, Edward. Documentary Study of the James Blake House in Dorchester: Title, Structure and Restoration. Typescript. Boston, 1977.