Academy Lane, Nantucket, Massachusetts
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 Material Information
Title: Academy Lane, Nantucket, Massachusetts
Physical Description: Archival
Language: English
Creator: Hartman, Michael
Hunt, Rebecca
Scaringe, Christina
Bilton, Jessamyn
Blake, Hannah
Catinna, Anne
Clair, Meredith
Edman, Mary
Fodor, Todd
Giezentaner, Laura
Haggerty, James
Lavenu, Mathilde
Mataouchek, Victorine
McDonough, Patrick
Meece, Ron David
Peacock, Pamela
Tessicini, Mark
Publisher: Preservation Institute: Nantucket
Historic American Building Survey, National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior
Place of Publication: Nantucket, Mass.
Washington, D. C.
Publication Date: 1991
Copyright Date: 1991
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Architecture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Architecture -- Caribbean Area   ( lcsh )
Historic preservation
Coordinates: 41.28546 x -70.102213
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID: UF00102932:00001

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ACADEMY LANE IS LOCATED ON ACADEMY HILL, ONCE KNOWN AS BEACON HILL,
ADJACENT TO THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (MA-902), AND THE NORTH
VESTRY (MA-903). THE LANE, ONE OF NANTUCKET'S OLDEST REGISTERED ROADS,
WAS LISTED IN ISAAC COFFIN'S SURVEY OF 1799. THIS PROJECT DOCUMENTS EIGHT
HOUSES ON ACADEMY LANE BETWEEN CHURCH AND WESTMINSTER STREETS. THESE
BUILDINGS FORM A CONCISE RECORD OF THE FEDERAL AND GREEK REVIVAL
INFLUENCE ON NANTUCKET'S RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE FROM THE LATE
EIGHTEENTH CENTURY TO THE MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY. THESE MODEST BUILDINGS
WERE INFLUENCED BY QUAKER TRADITIONS, POPULAR PATTERN BOOKS, AND
AVAILABLE BUILDING MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES. ALTHOUGH THE HOUSES,
LANDSCAPE, AND LANE HAVE BEEN MODIFIED TO ACCOMMODATE TWENTIETH
CENTURY USE, THEY STILL MAINTAIN THEIR ORIGINAL CHARACTER.


THIS PROJECT WAS UNDERTAKEN DURING THE SUMMER OF 1991 BY THE
PRESERVATION INSTITUTE: NANTUCKET, SUSAN TATE, AIA, DIRECTOR. THE PROJECT
WAS SUPERVISED BY F. BLAIR REEVES, FAIA, AND DAVID ROSENTHAL. TEAM
MEMBERS INCLUDED: JESSAMYN BILTON (SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY HANNAH BLAKE
(RANDOLPH MACON), ANNE CATINNA (UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA), MEREDITH CLAIR
(HAMILTON), MARY EDMAN (UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA), TODD FODOR (KENT STATE),
LAUR.A GIEZENTANER (UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN), JAMES HAGGERTY (UNIVERSITY
OF SOUTH FLORIDAX MICHAEL HARTMAN (UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA), REBECCA HUNT
(UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA), MATHILDE LAVENU (ECOLE D'ARCHITECTURE DE
PARIS BELLEVILLEX VICTORINE MATAOUCHEK (UNIVERSITY OF TOURS), PATRICK
MCDONOUGH (UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA), RON DAVID MEECE (EAST KENTUCKY
UNIVERSITY), PAMELA PEACOCK (UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA), CHRISTINA SCARINGE
(UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA), AND MARK TESSICINI (BROWN UNIVERSITY).


SOURCE: THE OFFICIAL TOWN AND COUNTY OF NANTUCKET ZONING MAP, 1988.


SOURCE: NANTUCKET PLANNING 8 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION, 1975.
NOTE: SHADING INDICATES PREVIOUS HABS/Pl:N PROJECTS.


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Dnswn~v: MICHAEL HARTMAN, REBECCA HUNT,
PRESERVATION INSTITUTE NANTUCKET
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SNANTUCKET, MASSACHUSETTS


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METERS I:9 6


II: CLARK HOUSE


5: GIDEON WORTH HOUSE


3: WORTH-GARDNER HOUSE


6: GIFFORD-SWAIN HO(.BE 8: BUNKER HOUSE


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12: FURBER HOUSE


12: GARDNER-FISH HOUSE


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PRESERVATION INSTITUTE I NANTUCKET
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NOTE: REFER TO SHEET 17 FOR THE CORNER
BLOCK DETAIL
REFER TO SHEET 23 FOR THE PROPORTION
STUDY OF THE CORNICE


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NITHIL*.IFIYC.A CAD EMY LANE BUILDINGS SURVEY
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PROFILES.
REFER TO THE SHEET 16 FOR THE FRONT DOOR.

THESE DRAWINGS SHOW THE USE OF THE PROPORTIONAL
SYSTEM IN THE DESIGN OF THE BUILDING. THE PROPOR-
TIONAL SYSTEM WHICH IS US ED IS TYPICAL OF THE GREEK
REVIVAL PERIOD:
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PRESERVATION INSTITUTE : NANTUCKET
UNfTED SITTAN AM*~MENSE EET INTERIlOR


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DRAWNBY: MARY EDMAN, 1991

PRESERVATION INSTITUTE NANTUCKET NMAD.CTOOTUT EURYO. HISTORIC AMERICAN
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NAMEL AND LOCATION OF ETRUCTURE

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NANTUCKET, MA.SSA.CHUSETTS NANTUCKET COUNTY

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orrrwn ev: TO DD FOD OR, MICHAEL HARTMAN, 1991

PRESERVATION INSTITUTE : NANTUCKET
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
UNITED STATES DEPR*ITMENT OF THE INTERIOR


NAME AND LOCATION Of STRCTURE

A CA DEMY L AN E
NANTUCKET, MASSACHUSETTS NANTUCKET COUNTY

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5 ACADEMY LANE


WORTH-GARDNER HOUSE
3 ACADEMY LANE


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BUILDINGS SURVEY
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SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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SHUTTER DETAIL

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PRESERVATION IN STITUTE : NANTUCKET

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BUILDINGS SURVEY
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