Middlesex Modern House Tour

Belmont, Carlisle, Concord, Lincoln, and Weston Massachusetts

In cooperation with program partners Docomomo US as part of Docomomo’s National Tour Day and the Concord Museum as a program for the exhibition Middlesex County Modern.

On a beautiful, sunny Saturday, October 10th over eighty guests discovered the rich variety of midcentury modern homes in Middlesex County. Seven private homes built from the 1930’s to the 1960’s were seen in five towns.

Two homes on the tour were in Lincoln, and by architects who had both resided in Lincoln. The Jacob House, Walter Bogner (1940) and the Gaskill House, J. Quincy Adams (1940). Visitors also viewed the exterior  and grounds the home next door, the Booth House, also J. Quincy Adams (1940).

Other architects represented on the tour were Carl Koch, Edwin Goodell and Marvin Goody.