Haven and Hoyt

Haven and Hoyt was formed in about 1912, the successor to the firm of Wheelwright, Haven, and Hoyt, which had been a partnership of Edmund March Wheelwright, Parkman Blake Haven, and Edward Harrison Hoyt.  Edmund Wheelwright died in August of 1912 and the firm continued as Haven and Hoyt until the late 1920s. Thereafter, both Parkman Haven and Edward Hoyt continued as sole practicitioners.

Wheelwright, Haven, and Hoyt had been formed in about 1911, the successor to Wheelwright and Haven which had been formed in 1888 by Edmund Wheelwright and Parkman Haven. Edward Hoyt had been an architect with Wheelwright and Haven before becoming a partner in the firm.

Haven and Hoyt designed residential and commercial buildings, including buildings at Massachusetts General Hospital, Salem Hospital, and Faulkner Hospital.  They also designed (with Fay, Spofford, and Thorndike) the Springfield Memorial Bridge across the Connecticut River in 1922.
Back Bay Work

1924 222-224 Beacon (Remodeling)