Damon, Isaac

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Damon, Isaac (fl. 1812–40). American architect. A pupil of Ithiel Town, he was the leading architect in Western Massachusetts for over three decades. He designed the First Churches of Northampton (1811—destroyed) and Springfield (1818), and the Church and Court House in Lenox (c.1814).

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Sturgis et al. (1901–2)