Philip H. Kendrick Collection, 1984-2005 – MS113
Provenance: Gift of Philip H. Kendrick in 2012
Citation: Philip H. Kendrick Collection (MS113), Manuscript Collections, Portsmouth Athenaeum
Size: 1 Hollinger Boxes (.5 linear ft.)
Access: No restrictions
Processed by: Courtney MacLachlin, 2013
Philip H.Kendrick, architect, renovated several historic Portsmouth buildings, of which these are the records. Drawings, plans and correspondence are provided for the Dr. Samuel Clark Residence, 40 Howard Street; Langley-Boardman House, 152 Middle Street; National Gypsum Offices, Atlantic Heights; Oar House Restaurant, Ceres Street; Condominium Development, 3 Hancock Street; the Warner House, 12 Daniel Street and the Benjamin Webster Tenant House on State Street. Kendrick’s company, Kendrick and Malone, P.A., was located at 40 Winter Street, Rochester, NH, in the 1980s. They later moved to 680 Central Ave. and 41 Winter St., Dover, NH.
For accompanying photographs, see P47.
For blueprints, see S1354 – S1367 and S1396, OV Box 19 in vault.
For architectural drawings, see AD0001-AD0011 in map room.
Box 1 F1: Atlantic Heights, Atlantic Gypsum Co. Offices,(formerly
White Mountain Paper Co.) demolished 1984
F 2: Ceres Street, Oar House Restaurant Renovations, 1986
F 3: Daniel Street, Warner House Arbor, 2001
F 4: Daniel Street, Warner House Heat, Ventilation, Humidity,
F 5: Daniel Street, Warner House Measurements, 1992-95
F 6: Daniel Street, Warner House Roof and Cupola, 2005
F 7: Daniel Street, Warner House Tool House and Well, 2000
F 8: Hancock Street Condominium Development, 1987
F 9: Howard Street Doorway Renovation, 1985
F 10: Marcy Street, Hart House Condominiums, 1986
F11: Middle Street, Langley-Boardman House Renovations,
F12: Middle Street, Langley-Boardman House Renovations, ’88
F13: Middle Street, Landley-Boardman House Renovations, ’88
F14: State Street, Benjamin Webster Tenant House, 1998
F 15: Miscellaneous Correspondence