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Name Swanton Street

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Image of 1300.12 - Plan of house lots in Winchester, Mass., belonging to the Suburban Land Improvement Co., Sept. 1891.

1300.12 - Plan of house lots in Winchester, Mass., belonging to the Suburban Land Improvement Co., Sept. 1891.

An advertisement for lots in a new development in the north end stating "Own your home. High. Dry House Lots, $200 to $400. Surveyed by L.G. Hawkins. Shown are street names, lot numbers and sizes and names of adjacent property holders. 3 copies

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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.

No Image Available

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 1200.10.138 - Main and Swanton Streets

1200.10.138 - Main and Swanton Streets

Intersection of Main and Swanton streets looking toward Swanton Street, showing the Beggs and Cobb tannery at the right.

Image of 1200.10.139 - Main and Swanton Streets

1200.10.139 - Main and Swanton Streets

Intersection of Main and Swanton streets looking at "Nellie Connor variety store now Marchesi block."

Image of 1200.12.83 - Swanton Street

1200.12.83 - Swanton Street

Swanton Street, looking east, showing the railroad bridge. The sign for the Sons of Italy is at the far left.

Image of 1200.13.98 - Washington Street

1200.13.98 - Washington Street

Washington Street at the intersection with Swanton Street, site of a small business zone. The signs for Ryco Laundermat, Donut Kitchen and O'Neil's Pharmacy are visible to the left.

Image of 1200.13.99 - Washington Street

1200.13.99 - Washington Street

Washington Street at the intersection with Swanton Street, site of a small business zone. Visible business signs include Roberta Beauty Salon, Ryco Laundermat, the Donut Kitchen, and O'Neil's Pharmacy.

Image of 1200.15.05 - Beggs and Cobb Tanneries

1200.15.05 - Beggs and Cobb Tanneries

Beggs and Cobb Tanneries, taken from Swanton Street, looking towards the Beggs and Cobb lower shops

Image of 1200.17.10 - Chapin Elementary School

1200.17.10 - Chapin Elementary School

Chapin School on Swanton Street, built in 1875 and enlarged twenty years later

Image of 1200.17.11 - Chapin Elementary School Students

1200.17.11 - Chapin Elementary School Students

Unidentified class of students at the Chapin School on Swanton Street

Image of 1200.17.12 - Chapin Elementary School Students

1200.17.12 - Chapin Elementary School Students

Unidentified class of students at the Chapin School on Swanton Street

Image of 1200.17.13 - Chapin Elementary School Students

1200.17.13 - Chapin Elementary School Students

Undated class of students at the Chapin School on Swanton Street. Names have been written in pencil on the back.

Image of 1200.17.14 - Chapin Elementary School Students

1200.17.14 - Chapin Elementary School Students

Class of grade 6 students at the Chapin School on Swanton Street in 1913.

Image of 1200.17.15 - Chapin Elementary School Students

1200.17.15 - Chapin Elementary School Students

Class of grade 6 students at the Chapin School on Swanton Street in 1913. Names are written in pencil on the back.

Image of 2012.17.32 - Swanton Street

2012.17.32 - Swanton Street

Three views of Swanton Street. The tower of the Beggs & Cobb tannery is visible in the backgrounds of #1 and #3.

No Image Available

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.

No Image Available

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.