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Name Mill Pond

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Image of 1300.38 - [Plan of Mill Lot and Mill Pond]

1300.38 - [Plan of Mill Lot and Mill Pond]

There is no title on this map, but on the reverse is handwritten, "Plan of Mill Lot and Mill Pond (Guston Mart). It names lot owners at the lower end of Mill Pond. In one corner is written, "A.E. Whitney's Plan." It is in poor condition.

Image of 1300.72 - Plan of the Woburn Agricultural and Manufacturing Company's Sale, containing about 300 acres of land, dwelling houses, mills, etc.

1300.72 - Plan of the Woburn Agricultural and Manufacturing Company's Sale, containing about 300 acres of land, dwelling houses, mills, etc.

Plan of the Woburn Agricultural and Manufacturing Company's Sale, containing about 300 acres of land, dwelling houses, mills, etc. Scale 165 ft. to an inch. June 4th 1841 This is a reprinted map taken from Plan Book 2-A, plan 29.

Image of 1300.99 - Plan for Waterway improvement Winchester, Mass. From Mill Pond along Aberjona River to Town Line

1300.99 - Plan for Waterway improvement Winchester, Mass. From Mill Pond along Aberjona River to Town Line

Plan for waterway development in Winchester, Mass. From Mill Pond along Aberjona River to the town line. Herbert Kellaway, landscape architect. Also shown are factories, playgrounds and public buildings.

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FAM 2003.03 - Lawson Collection

This collection contains photographs that once belonged to the Lawson Family. The photographs exemplify various aspects of life in Winchester during the 20th century, including houses, classrooms, and churches. Also of interest are two volumes of class notes taken by Eleanor Drew in 1914 and 1916 when she studied nursing at Winchester Hospital.

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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 1999.01 - John P. Cleary Photograph Collection

This collection contains images of fire equipment owned by the town of Winchester, from horse drawn to modern-day engines, ladder trucks, rescue trucks and lighting trucks. There are also photographs of fireman, fires in Winchester, a Memorial Day parade and the funeral procession of retired Chief Francis Amico. The latter two were accessioned in 2007. In addition, Fire Chief Nash donated a small collection of photographs belonging to Donald Young, who was once the fire department's photographer. His brother, Murray Young, also amassed a large collection of fire photographs. The photographs contain images of local fires and fire equipment. Many of the photographs have John Cleary's handw

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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 1200.01.126 - Mill Pond and High School

1200.01.126 - Mill Pond and High School

Mill Pond and High School on Mystic Valley Parkway, postmarked June 20, 1922

Image of 1200.01.132 - High School Winchester, Mass.

1200.01.132 - High School Winchester, Mass.

The High School seen beyond the edge of Mill Pond on Mystic Valley Parkway, probably photographed during the 1940s or early 1950s. Unused, possibly a test print for a postcard.

Image of 1200.01.134 - Mill Pond Winchester, Mass.

1200.01.134 - Mill Pond Winchester, Mass.

Mill Pond, looking toward the Converse Bridge and Locatelli Block on Main Street, probably photographed during the early 1940s or early 1950s. Filene's is located in the near end of the Locatelli building. In the right background is the spire of the Congregational Church. Unused, possibly a test print for a postcard. See also 1200.01.52.

Image of 1200.01.152 - Aberjona River, Winchester, Massachusetts

1200.01.152 - Aberjona River, Winchester, Massachusetts

Mill Pond, part of the Aberjona River, in Winchester Center. Town Hall is in the background.

Image of 1200.01.164 - Town Hall and Mill Pond

1200.01.164 - Town Hall and Mill Pond

Town Hall and Mill Pond

Image of 1200.01.45 - Looking Across Mill Pond, Winchester, Mass. Toward Winchester Center

1200.01.45 - Looking Across Mill Pond, Winchester, Mass. Toward Winchester Center

Looking Across Mill Pond, Winchester, Mass., Toward Winchester Center. View from side near Parway. Grass, flowering bushes, ducks on pond. Main Street Bridge and Filene's in background. Congregational Church Spire. Postmark: July, 10 1963?

Image of 1200.01.46 - Fire Station and Mill Pond, Winchester, Mass.

1200.01.46 - Fire Station and Mill Pond, Winchester, Mass.

Fire Station and Mill Pond, Winchester, Mass. View from Parkway side. Island in middle, sidewalk to the right bordering pond, tree, town hall parking lot. Fire Station is in the distance.

Image of 1200.01.47 - Mill Pond and Town Hall, Winchester, Mass.

1200.01.47 - Mill Pond and Town Hall, Winchester, Mass.

Mill Pond and Town Hall, Winchester, Mass. View from Parkway side. Island, Mt. Vernon Street bridge, Town Hall in background on right. Copy 1 (color) postmarked March 26, 1910.

Image of 1200.01.48 - Aberjona River, Winchester, Mass.

1200.01.48 - Aberjona River, Winchester, Mass.

Aberjona River, Winchester, Mass. View of Mill Pond, Island, Town Hall and Baptist Church in background -- partial view blocked by trees. Postmarked ? 10, 1950.

Image of 1200.01.49 - Mill Pond, Winchester, Mass.

1200.01.49 - Mill Pond, Winchester, Mass.

Mill Pond, Winchester, Mass. Looking across Mill Pond toward the center. View from side near Parkway. Grass, bushes, ducks,Main Street bridge, Congregational Church Spire, and Filene's in background. Note: similar view as 1200.01.45

Image of 1200.01.50 - Winchester Town Hall and Mill Pond, Winchester, Mass.

1200.01.50 - Winchester Town Hall and Mill Pond, Winchester, Mass.

Winchester Town Hall and Mill Pond, Winchester, Mass. Fall/winter view of Mill Pond, Island, Town Hall and Baptist Church in background. Note: similar view as 1200.01.48 and 1200.01.85.