w of College Hill.
This view is a far different one today, as it has grown from three buildings of the college and three residences on the hill slope.
No new dwellings from the top of the hill to Grace Church save the rectory on one side and the Jenney residence on the other.
The Puffer residence was moved, enlarged, and so remodelled as to show no semblance of its former self.
The First Parish Church, of course, replaces the old edifice, the St. Joseph's parochial residence the old Unitarian parsonage, and the Magoun residence has become the Public Library.
St. Joseph's Church has been built, as has also the armory, on whose site Mr. Magoun built, in the early seventies, an elaborate stable for his cows, which later became a dwelling-house.
The old Episcopal Church has become a double dwelling, the Dr. Bemis house enlarged, and two more built just below it. James Bean's house, now the Children's Library, on one side and the Dutton dwelling on the other of the new Hillside av