Blaikie and Blaikie

Blaikie and Blaikie was a partnership of brothers — Edwin K. Blaikie and William E. Blaikie — formed in the mid- to- late-1880s. They began their careers as carpenters, working for their father, Thomas B. Blaikie, a carpenter and builder in Somerville. They continued to work together until the early 1900s.

Blaikie and Blaikie specialized in commercial buildings and multi-family dwellings.  Among their works were the Winchester Savings Bank at 26 Mt. Vernon Street in Winchester (1892) and 103-105 Raymond Street, Cambridge (1898), which is described by Douglass Shand-Tucci in his Built in Boston as “an imaginative solution” to blending multiple dwellings into residential districts by “building

Back Bay Work

1888 259 Beacon
1888 261 Beacon
1889 330 Dartmouth