The James Blake House, courtesy of the Dorchester Atheneum.
Well, not literally bones, but the frame of the James Blake House in Dorchester will be open for viewing on Wednesday, 14 February, beginning at 11 A.M..
From Dorchester Historical Society President Earl Taylor:
"The window of opportunity to see some spectacular 17th century framing and wattle and daub is here. Jerry Eide, preservation contractor for the restoration of the Blake House, has removed all exterior shingles and sheathing, and unveiled architectural details and signatures (literally in the form of historic graffiti) on this 17th century “mansion.” Presently, the framing is being consolidated, and before it is covered up for yet another century, we invite you to take a look-see from the outside in."
Map showing the location of the James Blake House, which is located in Dorchester at Edward Everett Square.