Richards and Richards

Richards and Richards was formed in October of 1880, a partnership of Joseph Ruggles Richards and his son, William Phillips Richards.  They remained partners until Joseph Richards’s death in September of 1900.

Among the works of Richards and Richards were the Jarvis and Stanstead apartment houses in Cambridge, the White apartments on Commonwealth in the Back Bay, the Boston Five Cents Savings Bank building in Woburn, the Royal Arcanum Building in Boston, and the Colored Odd Fellows Building in Boston.

Back Bay Work

1889 366 Commonwealth
1890 362 Commonwealth