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
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