Shepard & Stearns
Shepard & Stearns was an architecture partnership that operated in Boston and greater New England.
Its principal partners were George F. Shepard and Frederic B. Stearns (1874-1959). They worked together starting in 1913 although the firm was not formally established until 1921. One of their first works together was the Suburban Club.
Works by either partner or the firm include (with variations in attribution):
- Marlborough Brook Filter Beds, Framingham Rd., Southborough and Marlborough, MA (Stearns, Frederick P.)
- Quinepoxet River Bridge, Thomas St. over the Quinepoxet River at the Wachusett Reservoir West Boylston, MA (Stearns, Frederick P.)
- Suburban Club, 6 Suburban Ave./580 Main St. Stamford, CT (Stearns, Frederick P.; George F. Shepard)
- Wachusett Aqueduct Linear District, Along Wachusett Aqueduct from Wachusett Reservoir to Sudbury Reservoir - Berlin, Clinton, Marlborough, Northborough, Southborough, MA (Stearns, Frederick P.)
- Weston Aqueduct Linear District, Along Weston Aqueduct from Sudbury Reservoir to Weston Reservoir, in Framingham, Southborough, Wayland, and Weston, MA (Stearns, Frederick P.), NRHP-listed
- Faxon House, 310 Adams St. Quincy, MA (Shephard & Stearns), NRHP-listed
- Munroe Building, 1227–1259 Hancock St. Quincy, MA (Shephard & Stearns), NRHP-listed
- Quincy Electric Light and Power Company Station, 76 Field St. Quincy, MA (Shephard & Stearns), NRHP-listed
- South Junior High School, 444 Granite St. Quincy, MA (Shephard & Stearns), NRHP-listed
- Jan Cunningham (September 8, 1988). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Suburban Club". National Park Service. and Accompanying 12 photos, exterior and interior, from 1988
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09.
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