Architecture in Hopedale

        Hopedale Village Historic District National Register Nomination

In 2001, preservation consultant Kathleen Kelly Broomer was hired by the Hopedale Historical Commission to do research on Hopedale homes and other buildings so that a historic district recognized by the National Park Service could be established. The document that she wrote is titled the National Register Nomination. Below you’ll see links to pages that include information from it.

You’ll notice that each house that is listed in the text is followed by MHC # and a number. That refers to the number the house was given in the records of the Massachusetts Historical Commission. Many also say Photo, followed by a number. I presume the photos are with the Hopedale Village Historic District material at the MHC.

Early Hopedale Houses   

Italianate and Second Empire Houses   

Queen Anne and Colonial Revival Houses   

More Colonial Revival Homes   

Craftsman-style homes   

English Revival, French Eclectic, and Streamlined Moderne Homes   

Boarding Houses   

Early Draper Duplexes   

More Early Draper Duplexes (c. 1874 – 1890)

Now and Then – Bancroft Park   

Now and Then – The Bandstand   

Now and Then – Dutcher Street School   

Now and Then – Hopedale High School   

Now and Then – Inman Street   

Now and Then – Jones Road   

Now and Then – Jones Road/Maple Street Intersection  

Jones Road Projects (Ezine – Upper and Lower Jones, etc.)

Now and Then – The Lake Street Neighborhood   

Now and Then – Oak Street   

Now and Then – The Seven Sisters   

Draper Duplexes   

Draper Gym   

Community House   

Homes with Names   

Octagon houses   

The Larches   

The Ledges   

Fire Station   

Sacred Heart Catholic Church   

Town Hall   

Union Church   

Unitarian Church   

There’s more to come. I’ll add it as I get a chance.

      Vandalizing our Shared Heritage (Preservation and the Community Preservation Act.)