I was trying to research historical information on this house, I tried searching the jason fuller house

Asked by Liz, Tyngsboro, MA Tue Oct 21, 2008

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Andy Kaknes, Agent, North Andover, MA
Thu May 5, 2011
Eugene C. Winter would know the historical significance of any home in Lowell. He was the president of the Lowell Historical Society, works for Phillips Academy at the Peabody Museum as an Historical Archivist and is very active with the Tewksbury Historical Society.

David E. Marcus, the current president of the Tewksbury Historical Society is also very knowledgeable is this area too.

http://www.tewksburyhistoricalsociety.org/newsletter/winter.html
http://www.andover.edu/MUSEUMS/MUSEUMOFARCHAEOLOGY/Pages/def…
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Bill Eckler, Agent, Venice, FL
Tue Oct 21, 2008
Liz,

A home constructed in Lowell Mass. circa 1930 normally will not be associated with any historical significance unless a noted personality was associated with it. Many times a good place to begin is to go to the local library or historical association.

Just the same, it is fun accessing the information you are seeking. You might be able to find someone in the neighborhood that has very early pictures or knew the original owner.

Good luck.
The "Eckler Team"
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