Dorchester Illustration no. 2245
The Laban Pratt Laban house on Pope’s Hill appeared in American Architect and Building News, March 11, 1882, vol. XI, no. 326 following p. 138
Laban Pratt (1829-1923) was a prominent manufacturer and lumber merchant at Port Norfolk who lived on Pope’s Hill at the corner of Train and Boutwell Streets overlooking Dorchester Bay.
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