The first known owner of this house is Norman J. Bolles, president of the Ipswich Savings bank. It was transferred to Robert Bolles in 1903, then to Clement Bolles in 1916, then to Bertha and William Packard the following year. This house is a fine example of a Queen Anne Cottage. Features include a wealth of shingle types and an exceptional shingled carriage house in the rear which retains a cupola.

Sources:

  • Margaret Welden, MACRIS
  • Ipswich Business Directory 1893
  • Atlas of Essex County, 1910
  • Salem Deeds

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