November 27, 2022

UNB

Maggie Jean Chestnut Residence
History, Landmarks

Maggie Jean Chestnut Residence

This lavish circa 1895 Queen Anne style house with its abundantly trimmed verandah, window bays, and rear coach-house was first a private residence, then sold to the Bank of Montreal as a home for its bank managers from 1900 to…

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Loring Bailey House
Landmarks, History

Loring Bailey House

This late Queen Anne Revival "eclectic" displays the transition between the extravagances of the high-Victorian "gingerbread" styles and the more restrained styles of the early 20th century.  Elements such as the round-topped gable windows with keystones, neat columns and pilasters…

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Loring Woart Bailey House
History, Landmarks

Loring Woart Bailey House

In 1861 at the age of twenty-two, Harvard graduate Loring Woart Bailey was hired by UNB in Fredericton to teach chemistry, physics, geology, zoology, physiology and botany. Bailey became a distinguished professor and scientist, and built this large house (329/331 University…

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Arthur Gibson House
History, Landmarks

Arthur Gibson House

This Beaux-Arts house, with its generous grounds and carriage house located at 58 Waterloo Row in Fredericton, was built in 1910 for prominent Fredericton merchant Arthur Gibson, son of Marysville’s "Boss" Gibson.  In a relatively brief period it has been…

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