Address: 178 Charles Street
Old Address: 2 Charles Street
Year built: before 1896
Builder: Branch and Callanan
Other information: A Queen Anne inspired cure cottage, originally built as a single family residence but with two added cure porches: a first-floor, L-shaped cure porch, and a second shallow cure porch on the eastern facade. The 1917 health survey indicated the presence of TB patients, and the house was registered as a private sanatorium operated as a boarding
Fred Everett moved here with his tubercular wife and five children from the Watertown area in 1906. Mrs. Everett died in 1908. Everett operated a clothing store at 45 Broadway which was later run by his son, Dorchester Everett, who is featured in the World War One Exhibit, until the 1970s. The family moved several times, settling in 1926 at the Magill Cottage.