Notable House: 181 Elm Street (Corner of Appleton)

by Laurel | December 20th, 2013

Photo from the MACRIS database follows. It is described in the database as the Clemens Herschel House or the Edward W. Chapin House, as both notable men owned and lived here. See the following posts for more information about the individuals and their contributions to Holyoke. Click on images for larger views.

The Herschel or Chapin House

The Herschel or Chapin House
181 Elm St.
Holyoke, MA

Same house from Google Maps street view:

The Herschel or Chapin House

The Herschel or Chapin House
181 Elm St.

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