369 North Main Street, the Whipple house

At 369 North Main Street in Providence Rhode Island.

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ca 1912 Howard W. Preston, “369 North Main Street,” in Virtual Exhibits, Item #370, http://sos.ri.gov/virtualarchives/items/show/370 (accessed November 23, 2018).

These two photos and the description are from the ebook at FamilySearch.org:

The 1912 house likely reflects additions built by Captain John’s granddaughters and their husbands, the Crawford brothers, wealthy merchants, who lived there in the eighteenth century. The 369 property stayed in the Crawford-Whipple (and allied families) family for over 150 years. See the chapter on Joseph Whipple for details. The house was damaged in the New England hurricane of 1938 which devastated much of Rhode Island. It disappeared shortly thereafter.

Whipple, Charles M. A History of Captain John and Sarah Whipple of Dorchester, Massachusetts and Providence, Rhode Island, 1617-1685: A Multigenerational Study of the First Whipple Family in America. Victoria, B.C.: Trafford Pub, 2007369 1912

369 2002