Densmore and LeClear
Densmore and LeClear was an architecture firm based in Boston, active from 1897 through 1942.
The founding principals were Edward Dana Densmore (1871–1926) and Gifford LeClear (1874–1931) in 1897, organizing as an engineering firm. Both were engineering graduates of Harvard University, and LeClear returned to Harvard as a lecturer and professor. With the addition of Henry C. Robbins in July 1914, another Harvard-trained architect, the firm was known as Densmore, LeClear and Robbins.
Their designs include:
- Paine Furniture Building, 75–81 Arlington Street, Boston, Massachusetts, 1914
- Vose & Sons Piano Company Building, Wooley Avenue, Watertown, Massachusetts, 1922, later converted to Watertown Arsenal Building #39
- Egleston Theatre, 3091 Washington Street, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, 1926 (razed 2003) 
- Salada Tea Company Building, 330 Stuart Street, Boston, 1927
- Waban Branch Library, 1608 Beacon Street, Newton, Massachusetts, 1929
- New England Telephone and Telegraph, 6 Bowdoin Square, Boston, 1930
- Metropolitan District Commission Headquarters, 20 Somerset Street, Boston, 1930
- Bangor Telephone Exchange Building, Bangor, Maine, 1931
- First Church of Christ, Scientist, Newton, Massachusetts, 1940
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