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Image of 1300.02 - Wedgemere Park, Winchester, Mass. June 1891

1300.02 - Wedgemere Park, Winchester, Mass. June 1891

A plan of the Wedgemere Park development in 1891. It shows streets and lots with owners' names. D.W. Pratt, resident engineer. Two copies, one encapsulated in polyester. These are copies of the original, which is found in the Middlesex County Registry of Deeds.

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ART 1000.33 - Winchester National Bank Calendar Collection

This collection contains calendars designed by Ernest Dudley Chase for Winchester National Bank. Chase was a director of the Winchester National Bank, which was located on Church St. For the bank's calendars, Chase sketched houses in Winchester; most months feature a house with the owners identified along with the street and house number. Other sketches are of public buildings, clubs, churches, and views of a street with homes. The calendars also include phone numbers for emergency calls, numbers for the Boston and Maine and Wedgemere stations, Railway Express, and the location of the schools. The collection is missing the 1963 calendar. It is not known when the calendars began publicati

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BUS 1100.09 - Winchester Business Records

The bulk of this collection consists of papers that were formerly held by the Winchester Historical Society. The collection includes leaflets, advertisements, newspaper clippings, and other business materials relating to several businesses in Winchester. The businesses represented in this collection include the Winchester Cooperative Bank, the Winchester National Bank, the Winchester Savings Bank, the Black Horse Tavern, the Winchester Brick Company, and the Winchester Theatre, among others.

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NWS 1100.12 - Newspaper Articles and Clippings

This collection includes copies of published articles on various topics in the history of Winchester, most written during the late nineteenth century. The first part of the collection contains typed copies of articles, some of which combine clippings and typed information. The second part includes a collection of articles mounted into scrapbooks, plus some loose clippings (mostly now photocopied). This collection has the appearance of being the work of a local historian, perhaps a member of the Winchester Historical & Genealogical Society, attempting to collect local history at a time when there was no History of Winchester.

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PH 1000.29 - Massachusetts Executive Office Communities and Development Slide Collection

This collection contains slides that are primarily views of Winchester Center. The collection also includes two sheets of house photographs. The photographs of the downtown, according to a text slide, were used to illustrate the issues of mix of land uses, pedestrian linkages, access to the Aberjona, and parking.

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PH 1978.14 - William A. Withington Photograph Collection

This collection contains black and white photographs, negatives, and two maps of the Boston Metropolitan era produced by William A. Withington when preparing for his dissertation, Land Use and Change in a Residential Suburb: Winchester, Massachusetts, 1930-1950. The collection contains many scenes of Winchester, including pictures of schools, businesses, railways, and houses. The photographs provide insight into the natural and built landscapes of Winchester and the surrounding areas during the middle of the twentieth century.

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PH 1978.14 - William A. Withington Photograph Collection

This collection contains black and white photographs, negatives, and two maps of the Boston Metropolitan era produced by William A. Withington when preparing for his dissertation, Land Use and Change in a Residential Suburb: Winchester, Massachusetts, 1930-1950. The collection contains many scenes of Winchester, including pictures of schools, businesses, railways, and houses. The photographs provide insight into the natural and built landscapes of Winchester and the surrounding areas during the middle of the twentieth century.

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PH 1998.04 - James and Jessie Nowell Collection

This collection contains 24 photographs that were found in the attic of 15-17 Eaton St. after the deaths of former owners James & Jessie Nowell, both Winchester natives. The collection contains images of streetscapes, churches, banks, houses, and landscapes.

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PH 2005.18 - Wentworth Photograph Collection

This collection contains Wentworth family photographs of Winchester places and events. The photographs includes images of Winchester Town Center, churches, houses, and sporting events. Prints for many of the photographs have been made; others exist solely as negatives. The views listed below are those printed.

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PH 2013.24 - Mark Flannery Photograph Collection

This collection contains photographs of houses, business, landscapes, and streetscapes in the Winchester area. The photographs were taken and donated by Mark Flannery, a Winchester resident who worked professionally as a photographer and landscape architect. When donated, some photographs were affixed to posters and some were loose. The former were removed from the posters for storage. "Poster 1," titled Architectural Styles and Characters of Winchester was assembled for the Winchester Historical Commission, in 2004. The poster mostly contained photographs of Poster 2, a Winchester Historical Society poster from 2004, includes an aerial photo of the Church St. District, a photo of an histo

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PH 2014.23 - David Feigenbaum Photograph Collection

The 164 photographs are primarily views of downtown Winchester taken by David Feigenbaum, the president of the non-profit, Winchester Tomorrow. The photographs depict Main Street, the Mill Pond Area, schools, and Town Hall, among other scenes of Winchester. The second group of photographs included 103 photographs of the downtown, residences, and demolitions plus 37 slides. Duplicates were weeded before filing.

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PH 2014.23 - David Feigenbaum Photograph Collection

The 164 photographs are primarily views of downtown Winchester taken by David Feigenbaum, the president of the non-profit, Winchester Tomorrow. The photographs depict Main Street, the Mill Pond Area, schools, and Town Hall, among other scenes of Winchester. The second group of photographs included 103 photographs of the downtown, residences, and demolitions plus 37 slides. Duplicates were weeded before filing.

Image of 1200.01.04 - Winchester Center

1200.01.04 - Winchester Center

Church Street looking toward railroad crossing, the Brown and Stanton building and Lyceum building. Buggy with two horses stand to the left. Copy 1 is tinted with hand-written note on front, postmark 1907. Copy 2 has hand-written note on front, postmark Nov. 16, 1906 Copy 3 is black and white , postmark 1908.

Image of 1200.01.09 - Winchester Square and Congregational Church, Winchester, Mass.

1200.01.09 - Winchester Square and Congregational Church, Winchester, Mass.

From railroad crossing in Center, looking up Church Street. Multi-story buildings on right; Common to left. Automobiles, pedestrians. First Congregational Church.

Image of 1200.01.166 - Winchester Square

1200.01.166 - Winchester Square

Winchester Square, the intersection of Church and Main Streets. In the back is the Congregational Church. To the right is the White Building.

Image of 1200.01.167 - Winchester Square

1200.01.167 - Winchester Square

Winchester Square, the intersection of Church, Mount Vernon, and Main Streets. Buildings include (l-r) White Building, Lyceum Building, Town Hall, Methodist Church, White Block, and the Brown and Stanton Building.

Image of 1200.01.34 - Lane Building, Church Street, Winchester, Mass.

1200.01.34 - Lane Building, Church Street, Winchester, Mass.

View of two-story commercial building on Church Street housing a number of stores. Signs indicate Ideal Cash Market, Winchester Cooperative Bank, Hallanday's Cleaners and Dyers, Parker & Lane Co. [coal co.] On second floor is Christian Science Reading Room above the market and Higgins Studio above Parker & Lane Co. Post mark is Winchester Feb 8, 1916. A message is written on the back.

Image of 1200.01.39 - The Common, Winchester, Mass.

1200.01.39 - The Common, Winchester, Mass.

View of intersection of Church and Main Sts. showing the First Congregational Church and partial view of the Common and the White Building. Trolley tracks run down the middle of Church St. Taken in the fall since there are no leaves on the trees. Handwritten note on the front. Post marked July 1907. Copy 2 is same as copy 1 but is clean on the back - no message.

Image of 1200.01.40 - The Common Winchester, Mass.

1200.01.40 - The Common Winchester, Mass.

View of the Common from Church St. looking east. Trolley tracks are on Church St. Trees, walkways and biker are shown, as is a woman with a parasol and child. Post marked 26 April 1910. Printed in Germany for a company in NYC.

Image of 1200.01.41 - Depot and Common, Winchester, Mass.

1200.01.41 - Depot and Common, Winchester, Mass.

Distant view of the Common from the intersection of Church and Main showing what is now Laraway Rd. The depot is in the background. Trolley tracks are in the forefront. Trees have no leaves, no vehicles or pedestrians. Clean on back.