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Academy Hill Rd 1895. Chestnut Hill Ave in the distance. Large building in the center on the hill is the original Brighton High School

Samuel Jackson House, home of a horticulturalist Academy Hill facing Chestnut Hill Avenue, on the site now occupied by no. 21 William Jackson Avenue. Demolished


Munroe House at 197 Foster St. Picture from 1928 newspaper. Moved 500 ft to a nearby location in 1928.

The Rev. Noah Worcester House, residence of the father of the American Peace Movement, and Brighton's first postmaster, stood at the northwest corner of Washington and Foster Streets, just west of Brighton Center, at 439 Washington Street. Built in 1688. Demolished in 1915.

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