It’s Sunday Funday! Time for a big smile over this 1889 Shingle Style home in Lowell, Mass.
It was designed by and built for Arthur S. Cutler, a partner in Merrill & Cutler. The duo designed many of Lowell’s premier buildings including Lowell City Hall (1893) and the Lowell Armory.
Cutler was born in Andover, Mass. in 1854, was educated in Lawrence and went to art school in Boston. Before his partnership, he worked as a draughtsman for Otis A. Merrill, a local architect (and his future partner).
Arthur Cutler and his wife, Emma, were living in the home in 1890 Lowell Directory and also in the 1900 Federal Census of Lowell. They had four children in 1900; Floy, Lillie, Clarence, and Ruth.