The National Register Nomination paragraph at the top of the page contains the only mention I've seen of 55 Adin being the
Benjamin Helm Bristow Draper house. All other sources, including the caption at the bottom of the picture above, indicate that it
was the home of his brother, Eben. The earliest that I've been able to find an address for the Bristow Drapers is for 1923,and at
that time they were at 105 Adin Street. I think they were at 55 Adin for a while, probably after the governor's death in 1914, but I
think it was Bristow's brother, Eben,who had their parent's home razed and had the one seen above built.
English Revival, French Eclectic, and Streamlined Moderne Homes in Hopedale
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