Date of Restoration
Date Moved or Destroyed
Baker's drawing of the Plympton House framework - joists, summer beam, sill, and girt. Bradford-Higgins House was dismantled by A.W. Baker Restorations in Plympton, Massachusetts. In 1981, it was purchased by Ross Brudenell. Baker Restorations oversaw its move and reconstruction Anchorage, Alaska.
Plympton, Massachusetts and Anchorage, Alaska
Drawing or Plan
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"Bradford-Higgins House: Joists and Beams" (2022). Plans. 103.
Bradford-Higgins House, Plymouth, Massachusetts, Plympton, Massachusetts, Anchorage, Alaska, Ross Brudenell