Boston, Massachusetts, 1:250,000-Scale Quadrangle


Landmarks within this quadrangle

1767 Milestones (Monument)
1790 House (House)
Abbot Hall (City hall)
Abbot House (House)
Abbot Tavern (Building)
Abbotsford (House)
Abington, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Accord, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Ace Art Company (Industrial building)
Adams Academy (School)
Adams Building (Residential building)
Adams, Elwood, Store (Commercial building)
Adriatic Mills (Military facility)
African Meetinghouse (Place of worship)
Agawam Diner (Diner)
Ahern, Catherine, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Allen House (House)
Allyn House (House)
Almshouse (Building)
Almshouse (Building)
Alumni Stadium (Stadium)
American Watch Tool Company (Industrial building)
Ames Building (Commercial building)
Amherst, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Anderson, Ludwig, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Andover Town Hall (City hall)
Andover, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Ann's Diner (Diner)
Arcade Building (Commercial building)
Arden (House)
Armsby Block (Residential building)
Ashland Town House (City hall)
Ashland, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Assington (House)
Athenaeum Press (Industrial building)
Athens Building (Commercial building)
Atkinson, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Aurora Hotel (Hotel)
Austin Hall (School)
Avon, Massachusetts (Populated place)
B and B Chemical Company (Industrial building)
Babcock Block (Commercial building)
Bailey House (House)
Baker, Charles, Property (Residential building)
Baker, Peter, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Barlin Acres (House)
Barnard Block (Commercial building)
Barnes House (House)
Barnicoat, S. H., Monuments (Industrial building)
Battelle, Marion, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Bay Road (Monument)
Bayley House (House)
Beauport (House)
Beauport (House)
Bedford Building (Commercial building)
Bedford Depot (Railroad depot)
Bedford Town Hall (City hall)
Bedford, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Beebe Estate (Estate)
Bellevue Standpipe (Water tower)
Bellingham, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Belmont Railroad Station (Railroad depot)
Bemis Mill (Mill)
Bennink--Douglas Cottages (Residential building)
Berger Factory (Factory)
Bertram Hall at Radcliffe College (Residential building)
Beth Israel Synagogue (Place of worship)
Bigelow Block (Residential building)
Birchwood Inn (Building)
Black Tavern (House)
Bliss Building (Residential building)
Blodgett, Lydia, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Bloomingdale Firehouse (Fire station)
Blue Moon Diner (Commercial building)
Bolton, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Boston Athenaeum (Building)
Boston Light (Lighthouse)
Boston Naval Shipyard (Military facility)
Bostrom, Eric, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Boulevard Diner (Commercial building)
Bousquet, Henry, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Bowers School (School)
Bowers, Jerathmell, House (Military facility)
Bowker Place (Commercial building)
Bowser Gazebo (Structure)
Boxford, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Boylston, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Boynton and Windsor (Residential building)
Brabrook, E. H., House (Residential building)
Brackett House (Building)
Brande House (House)
Brant Rock, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Brattle Hall (Meeting hall)
Brigham Cemetery (Cemetery)
Brightside Apartments (Residential building)
Brockton City Hall (City hall)
Brook Farm (Farm)
Brown House (House)
Brown's Manor (Mansion)
Bryantville, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Buckman Tavern (Battle site)
Building at 1--6 Walnut Terrace (Residential building)
Building at 1--7 Moscow Street (Residential building)
Building at 106-108 Inman St (Residential building)
Building at 110-112 Inman St. (Residential building)
Building at 30--34 Station Street (Commercial building)
Building at 51 Hunt Street (Residential building)
Buildings at 15-17 Lee St. (Residential building)
Bunker Hill Monument (Battle site)
Butler Block (Residential building)
Butler School (School)
Buttrick, Francis, House (Residential building)
Caldwell Block (Commercial building)
Canton, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Carlson, Eric, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Carpenter and Bean Block (Residential building)
Carter Mansion (Mansion)
Castle Hill (Hotel)
Castle, The (School)
Centennial Hall (Meeting hall)
Center Depot (Railroad depot)
Center School (School)
Centerville, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Centerville, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Central Fire Station (Fire station)
Central Fire Station (Fire station)
Central Library (Library)
Chapinville, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Chestnut Hill Meetinghouse (Place of worship)
Chestnut Hill, The (Residential building)
Choate Bridge (Bridge)
Christ Church (Church)
Christ Church (Church)
Citizens' Hall (Meeting hall)
City Hall (City hall)
City Stable and Garage (Service station)
Clapp Houses (House)
Clark House (House)
Clark Houses (House)
Clough, Benjamin F., House (Residential building)
Cloverden (House)
Club Diner (Diner)
Cluett Peabody & Company (Industrial building)
Codman Building (Building)
Codman House (House)
Cohasset, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Colburn, Gilbert, House (Residential building)
Colby Hall (School)
Cole House (House)
Collins Building (Commercial building)
Colonial Beacon Gas Station (Service station)
Colton's Block (Commercial building)
Comfort Station (Building)
Common District (District)
Congregation Adath Jeshurun (Place of worship)
Congregation Agudath Shalom (Place of worship)
Copley Plaza (Hotel)
Copp's Hill Burial Ground (Military cemetery)
Corner Lunch (Commercial building)
Crabtree, Thomas, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Craigie Arms (Residential building)
Cranch School (School)
Crompton Loom Works (Industrial building)
Crow Point, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Curtis Building (Commercial building)
Dalton House (House)
Damon House (House)
Damon Mill (Mill)
Danville Meetinghouse (Place of worship)
Danville, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Davis, Rodney, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Davis, Wesley, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Deane-Williams House (Residential building)
Dedham, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Delsignore, Louis, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Derry, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Dewey Place (House)
Dill Building (Industrial building)
District A (District)
District B (District)
District C (District)
District D (District)
District E (District)
Divinity Hall (School)
Dodge Building (Industrial building)
Dodge, Helen, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Doran, Thomas F., Three-Decker (Residential building)
Dorchester Pottery Works (Industrial building)
Dorothy Q Apartments (Residential building)
Douglass, Alfred, House (Residential building)
Dover, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Dow Block (Commercial building)
Downer Rowhouses (Adams Street) (Residential building)
Downer Rowhouses (Central Street) (Residential building)
Dracut, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Drake Farm (House)
Drew, Elvira, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Duck Mill (Mill)
Dudley House (House)
Duke, Philip, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Dunlap Building (Commercial building)
Dunstable, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Dunvegan, The (Residential building)
Dupee Estate (Estate)
Durgin House (House)
Dustin House (House)
Dutch House, The (Commercial building)
Duxbury, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Dworman, David, Three-Decker (Residential building)
East Foxboro, Massachusetts (Populated place)
East Walpole, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Easton, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Echo Bridge (Bridge)
Eddy Block (Commercial building)
Eliot Hall (School)
Eliot Hall at Radcliffe College (Residential building)
Elks Building (Meeting hall)
Elm Bank (Bank)
Elm Farm (Farm)
Elm Park (Park)
Elmwood (House)
Elmwood, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Emerson--Franklin Poole House (Residential building)
Emmanuel Baptist (Building)
Engine 7 Station (Fire station)
Engine House No. 34 (Fire station)
Engine House No. 6 (Fire station)
Erikson, Knut, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Essex Company Machine Shop (Industrial building)
Essex Company Offices and Yard (Industrial building)
Essex, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Estey Tavern (Meeting hall)
Exchange Hall (Meeting hall)
Exeter, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Fabens Building (Commercial building)
Fairlawn (House)
Faneuil Hall (Meeting hall)
Farnum Block (Meeting hall)
Farrier, Amasa, Boardinghouse (Residential building)
Faxon House (House)
Fay Club (House)
Fenway Studios (Residential building)
Fernwood (House)
Filene's Department Store (Commercial building)
Fire Station No. 7 (Fire station)
First Church (Church)
Fiske House (House)
Flagg, Levi, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Flanley's Block (Commercial building)
Flint Farm (Farm)
Flint House (House)
Fogg Art Museum (Building)
Fogg Library (Library)
Fontaine, George, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Forbes Hill Standpipe (Water tower)
Fowler House (House)
Fox, Warren, Building (Residential building)
Foxboro Grange Hall (Meeting hall)
Foxboro, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Foxvale, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Frances and Isabella Apartments (Residential building)
Francestown Meetinghouse (Place of worship)
Francestown, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Franklin Block (Meeting hall)
Friberg, Andrew, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Friends Meetinghouse (Place of worship)
Fruitlands (House)
Fuller, Peter, Building (Commercial building)
G.A.R. Hall (Meeting hall)
G.A.R. Hall and Museum (Meeting hall)
Garbose Building (Commercial building)
Gardner News Building (Commercial building)
Gibbs, William, House (Residential building)
Giguere, Thomas, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Gilbrae Inn (Hotel)
Gillon Block (Commercial building)
Gilman Block (Industrial building)
Gleason Building (Commercial building)
Gloucester Net and Twine Company (Industrial building)
Glover House (House)
Goldberg Building (Industrial building)
Goldsmith Block (Residential building)
Goldthwaite Block (Commercial building)
Goodnow Library (Library)
Gore Place (House)
Gott House (House)
Grafton Inn (Commercial building)
Granite Store (Commercial building)
Green Harbor, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Green House (House)
Greenville, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Groton Inn (Meeting hall)
Gullberg, Evert, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Hadley, Gilbert, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Hall Tavern (Building)
Hall, Charles A., Three-Decker (Residential building)
Halloran, John, House (Residential building)
Hamilton Hall (City hall)
Hamilton, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Hamilton, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Hampstead Meetinghouse (Place of worship)
Hampstead, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Hampton, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Hancock Cemetery (Cemetery)
Hancock, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Hanover, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Hanson, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Hapgood, Richard, House (Residential building)
Harding, Sarah H., House (Residential building)
Harrington Block (Commercial building)
Harrington--Smith Block (Commercial building)
Harris Warehouse (Railroad facility)
Hart House (House)
Harvard Square Subway Kiosk (Railroad facility)
Harvard Stadium (Stadium)
Harvard Union (School)
Haverhill Board of Trade Building (Industrial building)
Hayden Building (Theater)
Henderson Carriage Repository (Commercial building)
Heywood-Wakefield Company Complex (Industrial building)
Hibernian Hall (Meeting hall)
Highland Hose House (Fire station)
Highland House (Commercial building)
Highland, The (Residential building)
Hills House (School)
Hingham, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Hirst, Samuel, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Hoar Tavern (Building)
Holbrook, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Hollander Blocks (Residential building)
Hollis, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Holt Farm (Farm)
Hope Cemetery (Cemetery)
Hopkinton Supply Co. Building (Commercial building)
Hose House No. 2 (Fire station)
House at 113 Salem Street (Commercial building)
House at 12--16 Corey Road (Residential building)
House at 16--18 Preston Road (Residential building)
House at 19--21 Salem Street (Residential building)
House at 20 Sterling Street (Residential building)
House at 343 Highland Avenue (Residential building)
House at 35 Temple Street (Residential building)
House at 79-81 Salem Street (Residential building)
Houses at 28--36 Beacon Street (Residential building)
Howard Block (Commercial building)
Howe Barn (Barn)
Howe Building (Residential building)
Howe House (House)
Howe School (School)
Hudson House (House)
Hudson, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Hull, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Humarock, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Hunt, Daniel, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Hunt, David, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Hyde House (House)
Hydrant No. 3 House (Fire station)
I00F Building (Building)
Ingraham, Harry B., Three-Decker (Residential building)
Isle of Shoals (District)
Isles of Shoals (District)
Item Building (Commercial building)
Jack's Diner (Commercial building)
Jarvis, The (Residential building)
Jenckes Mansion (Mansion)
Jenckes, E. N., Store (Commercial building)
John Proctor House (Residential building)
Johnson, Edwin, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Johnson, John, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Johnson, Paul, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Jones Tavern (House)
Kaller, Erick, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Kaller, Erick, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Katz and Leavitt Apartment House (Residential building)
Kemp Barn (Barn)
Kemp Place (House)
Kennedy, F. A., Steam Bakery (Industrial building)
King House (House)
King's Chapel (Church)
Kingston, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Knollwood (House)
Lamson, Rufus, House (Residential building)
Lancaster, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Langmaid Building (Residential building)
Langmaid Terrace (Residential building)
Larch Farm (Farm)
Larches, The (Building)
Larchmont (House)
Larrabee's Brick Block (Commercial building)
Larson, Swan, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Lawrence Model Lodging Houses (Residential building)
Lawson Tower (Waterworks)
Leather District (District)
Levenson, Morris, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Lewis House (House)
Lexington Green (Battle site)
Lexington, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Lightship No. 112, NANTUCKET (Military facility)
Linton Block (Residential building)
Linwood, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Locke School (School)
Locke, Lt. Benjamin, Store (Commercial building)
Locke--Ober Restaurant (Commercial building)
Lord's Castle (Castle)
Lou's Diner (Diner)
Lovell Block (Residential building)
Lowell Cemetery (Cemetery)
Lowell Post Office (Courthouse)
Lowell School (School)
Lowell's Boat Shop (Industrial building)
Lowell, The (House)
Lundberg, Charles, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Lyman Block (Commercial building)
Lynn Armory (Armory)
Lynn Masonic Hall (Meeting hall)
Lynnfield, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Lynnwood (House)
MacDowell Colony (District)
Magnolia, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Magnuson, Charles, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Manchaug, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Manchester, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Marblehead Light (Lighthouse)
Marblehead, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Mark, John, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Marshfield, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Martin, Aaron, Houses (Residential building)
Mary Dean Three-Decker (Residential building)
Masonic Block (Commercial building)
Masonic Temple (Meeting hall)
Masonic Temple (Building)
Massachusetts Statehouse (Capitol building)
Massad, Anthony, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Maynard, Massachusetts (Populated place)
McCarron, Andrew, Three-Decker (Residential building)
McDermott, John B., Three-Decker (Residential building)
McGrath, Patrick, Three-Decker (Residential building)
McGuinness, Patrick, Three-Decker (Residential building)
McPartland, Frank, Three-Decker (Residential building)
McPartland, James, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Mechanics Hall (Meeting hall)
Medway, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Memorial Hall (Meeting hall)
Memorial Hall (Meeting hall)
Mendon, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Merrimac, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Milestone (Monument)
Milford Town Hall (City hall)
Milford, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Millbury, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Millis, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Milton Cemetery (Cemetery)
Minot's Ledge Light (Lighthouse)
Miss Worcester Diner (Commercial building)
Monarch Diner (Commercial building)
Montrose, The (Residential building)
Montvale (House)
Montvale, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Moore House (House)
Morse, Amos, House (Residential building)
Mowers' Block (Industrial building)
Munroe Building (Commercial building)
Munroe, Sarah, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Murphy, Patrick, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Musgrove Block (Commercial building)
Mystic Gatehouse (Waterworks)
Nahant, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Nazing Court Apartments (Residential building)
Nelson, Christina, Three-Decker (Residential building)
New England Telephone Building (Commercial building)
New Riding Club (Building)
Newspaper Row (Commercial building)
Newton, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Norfolk Grange Hall (Meeting hall)
Norfolk, Massachusetts (Populated place)
North Abington Depot (Railroad depot)
North Canal (Canal)
North Easton, Massachusetts (Populated place)
North Terminal Garage (Service station)
North Truro, Massachusetts (Populated place)
North Woburn, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Northbridge, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Norwell, Massachusetts (Populated place)
O'Brien, Richard, Three-Decker (Residential building)
O'Connor, James, Three-Decker (Residential building)
O'Hara Waltham Dial Company (Industrial building)
Oak Knoll (House)
Ocean Bluff, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Odd Fellows Building (Meeting hall)
Odd Fellows Hall (Meeting hall)
Odd Fellows' Hall (Meeting hall)
Oddfellows Building (Commercial building)
Olcott, John E., House (Residential building)
Old Barn (Barn)
Old Castle (Castle)
Old Cemetery (Cemetery)
Old City Hall (City hall)
Old Farm (Farm)
Old Hose House (Fire station)
Old Manse (House)
Old Post Office Block (Post office)
Old Ship Meetinghouse (Place of worship)
Old South Meetinghouse (Place of worship)
Old Statehouse (City hall)
Old Town Hall (City hall)
Old Town House (City hall)
Olmsted Park System (Work of art)
Orchard House (School)
Orlando (House)
Osgood Hill (House)
Oxford, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Oxford, The (Residential building)
Paine Estate (Estate)
Paine Furniture Building (Commercial building)
Palmer School (School)
Park Lodge (House)
Parker House (Hotel)
Parker House (House)
Parker House (House)
Parker House (House)
Parsonage, The (Building)
Paul's Bridge (Bridge)
Peabody City Hall (City hall)
Peabody Court Apartments (Residential building)
Peabody Museum of Salem (Commercial building)
Peabody, The (Residential building)
Peak House (House)
Peirce School (School)
Pembroke, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Pepperell, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Pest House (Building)
Peterborough, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Phoenix Building (Commercial building)
Pierce House (House)
Pierce House (House)
Pilgrim Monument (Monument)
Pinehurst, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Plaistow Carhouse (Railroad facility)
Plaistow, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Porcellian Club (Building)
Potter Estate (Estate)
Powder House Park (Military facility)
Pratt House (House)
Prospect House (Building)
Provincetown, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Provost, Arthur, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Publicity Building (Commercial building)
Puritan House (Commercial building)
Quincy Granite Railway (Railroad line)
Quincy Granite Railway Incline (Railroad facility)
Quincy Market (Commercial building)
Quincy School (School)
Quincy Town Hall (City hall)
Quinsigamond Firehouse (Fire station)
R.H. Stearns Building (Commercial building)
Randolph, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Rawson Estate (Estate)
Rawson, Warren, Building (Residential building)
Reading Standpipe (Water tower)
Reading, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Record, Jonathan Dexter, House (Residential building)
Red Top (House)
Reed, Frank, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Reeves Tavern (Miscellaneous)
Reservoir Park (Waterworks)
Rexhame, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Richardson Block (Commercial building)
Richmond Court (Residential building)
Richmond, Willard, Apartment Block (Residential building)
Rider Tavern (Building)
Ridyard, Albert, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Ridyard, B. E., Three-Decker (Residential building)
Riordan, John, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Ritchie Building (Industrial building)
River Street Firehouse (Fire station)
Riviera, The (Residential building)
Rivulet Mill Complex (Industrial building)
Rochdale, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Rockland, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Rogers House (House)
Rosebud, The (Diner)
Roslindale, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Ross Tavern (House)
Roughan Hall (Meeting hall)
Roughwood (House)
Roxbury Gas Light Company (Industrial building)
Roxbury, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Roynane, Catharine, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Russell Common (Residential building)
Russell, The (Residential building)
Russia Wharf Buildings (Industrial building)
Russian Cemetery (Cemetery)
Rye Beach, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Sacco-Pettee Machine Shops (Industrial building)
Salem Diner (Diner)
Salem Laundry (Commercial building)
Salisbury Mansion and Store (Commercial building)
Samuel Edelman Apartments (Residential building)
Sandown Old Meetinghouse (Place of worship)
Sargent's Pond (Structure)
Saugus Town Hall (City hall)
Sawyer House (House)
Scituate Light (Lighthouse)
Scituate, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Sea View, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Seabrook, New Hampshire (Populated place)
Sears' Crescent and Sears' Block (Commercial building)
Second O'Shea Building (Commercial building)
Shaarai Torah Synagogue (Place of worship)
Sharon House (House)
Sharon, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Shattuck, Ralph W., House (Residential building)
Shea, Bridget, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Shepard Block (Commercial building)
Shirley Shaker Village (Residential building)
Shoe Shop-Doucette Ten Footer (Industrial building)
Shumway Block (Commercial building)
Simpson, Clara, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Slater Building (Building)
Slatersville, Rhode Island (Populated place)
Smith and Dow Block (Residential building)
Smith House (House)
Smith Shoe Shop (Commercial building)
Smith, Ellen M., Three-Decker (Residential building)
Smith, F.W., Silver Company (Industrial building)
Soho Cottage (House)
Somerville Journal Building (Commercial building)
South Reading Academy (Commercial building)
South School (School)
South Station Headhouse (Railroad depot)
South Unitarian (Building)
Spaulding Block (Commercial building)
Spencer, Massachusetts (Populated place)
St. Marks (Building)
St. Matthews (Building)
Standish, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Stanstead, The (Residential building)
Stark Building (Commercial building)
Stearns Tavern (Building)
Steele, John, House (Residential building)
Stevens, Daniel, House (Residential building)
Stoliker, Edna, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Stone Building (Meeting hall)
Stone, Edward, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Stoneham Firestation (Fire station)
Stoneholm (House)
Stony Farm (Farm)
Stoughton, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Strong's Block (Building)
Students House (Residential building)
Suffolk County Jail (Correctional facility)
Sutton Block (Meeting hall)
Swampscott Fish House (Commercial building)
Swampscott Railroad Depot (Railroad depot)
Symphony Hall (Meeting hall)
Taft Brothers Block (Commercial building)
Tapley Building (Industrial building)
Ted's Diner (Diner)
Telegraph Hill (Military facility)
Temple Town Hall (Place of worship)
Tewksbury, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Textile District (District)
Thayer House (House)
The Beach Club (Miscellaneous)
Third Railroad Station (Railroad depot)
Thom Block (Commercial building)
Topsfield, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Town Diner (Commercial building)
Town Stable (Building)
Townsend, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Tremont Street Subway (Railroad facility)
Trinity Rectory (Building)
Troupes, John, Three-Decker (Residential building)
Turner Hill (House)
Tyngsboro, Massachusetts (Populated place)
U.S.S. CONSTITUTION (Military facility)
Union Station (Railroad depot)
Union Station (Railroad depot)
Union Station (Railroad depot)
Union Wharf (Commercial building)
United States Watch Company (Industrial building)
Upham's Corner Market (Commercial building)
Upton Town Hall (City hall)
US Customhouse (Commercial building)
US Post Office Garage (Post office)
USS New Hampshire (Military facility)
Uxbridge Passenger Depot (Railroad depot)
Uxbridge Town Hall (City hall)
Uxbridge, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Vale, The (House)
Valley Cemetery (Cemetery)
Vamp Building (Industrial building)
Varney School (School)
Varnum Building (Residential building)
Varnum School (School)
Vendome, The, and the St. Ives (Residential building)
Vermont Building (Industrial building)
Wachusett Shirt Company (Industrial building)
Wade House (House)
Waitt Brick Block (Commercial building)
Wakefield Rattan Co. (Industrial building)
Wakefield Upper Depot (Railroad depot)
Walden Pond (House)
Walpole Town Hall (City hall)
Walpole, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Ware Hall (Meeting hall)
Warelands (School)
Warren Block (Commercial building)
Waucantuck Mill Complex (Industrial building)
Wayside Inn (House)
Wayside, The (House)
WCIS Bank (Bank)
Webster, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Weeks Cemetery (Cemetery)
Wenham, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Wescott, John, Three-Decker (Residential building)
West Hingham, Massachusetts (Populated place)
West Medway, Massachusetts (Populated place)
West Rutland, Massachusetts (Populated place)
West School (School)
West Sutton, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Westminster, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Weston, Jabez, House (Residential building)
Westwood, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Whitinsville, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Whitman, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Wigglesworth Building (Commercial building)
Wilbur Theatre (Theater)
Wilmington, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Wilson Cemetery (Cemetery)
Wilson, Henry, Shoe Shop (Industrial building)
Winchester, Massachusetts (Populated place)
Winn Farm (Farm)
Winslow Cemetery (Cemetery)
Winthrop Building (Commercial building)
Wollaston Fire Station (Fire station)
Wood End Light Lookout Station (Military facility)
Woonsockett Gas Company Gasholder (Industrial building)
Worcester Bleach and Dye Works (Industrial building)
Worcester Market Building (Commercial building)
Wright Cemetery (Cemetery)
Wright House (House)
Wright's Tavern (Commercial building)
YMCA (Commercial building)
Youth's Companion Building (Commercial building)
YWCA Boston (School)
Zemaitis, Anthony, Three-Decker (Residential building)