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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 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 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 1200.01.42 - U.S. Post Office, Winchester, Mass.

1200.01.42 - U.S. Post Office, Winchester, Mass.

Front view from opposite side of Waterfield Road. Trees to the right of building, slight view of Thompson Street on the left side.

Image of 1200.02.567 - 23-25 Thompson Street

1200.02.567 - 23-25 Thompson Street

23-25 Thompson Street, Houston House, built in 1883, Vernacular Style, originally owned by James Houston. Now used for retail.

Image of 1200.02.568 - 33-35 Thompson Street

1200.02.568 - 33-35 Thompson Street

33-35 Thompson Street, Ingalls House, built in 1846 for Dr. William Ingalls, Greek Revival Style. Now used for businesses and shops.

Image of 1200.02.569 - 33-35 Thompson Street

1200.02.569 - 33-35 Thompson Street

33-35 Thompson Street, Ingalls House, built in 1846 for Dr. William Ingalls, Greek Revival Style. Now used for businesses and shops.

Image of 1200.02.570 - 39-41 Thompson Street

1200.02.570 - 39-41 Thompson Street

39-41 Thompson Street, Houston House, built c. 1883, Vernacular Style, originally owned by James Houston. Now used for businesses and shops.

Image of 1200.02.571 - 39-41 Thompson Street

1200.02.571 - 39-41 Thompson Street

39-41 Thompson Street, built in 1905, moved in 1954 from 1 Warwick Place to Sylvester Avenue. Originally owned by Abbie Hodges, it was the home of Fire Chief John Gorman 1928-1952 while on Warwick Place. Vernacular style.

Image of 1200.10.207 - Thompson House

1200.10.207 - Thompson House

Looking down Thompson Street from Main Street, with the Thompson house on the left.

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1200.10.208 - Thompson House

Looking down Thompson Street from Main Street.

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1200.10.209 - Thompson Street

Thompson Street, showing the G. A. Dupee Market and People's Fish Market..

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1200.10.210 - Thompson Street

Thompson Street, looking toward the Brown and Stanton Building on Main Street. The houses on the right were on Purrington Place, later the site of Winchester Terrace in the Locatelli complex.

Image of 1200.10.211 - Purrington Place

1200.10.211 - Purrington Place

Purrington Place off of Thompson Street.

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Trench in the roadway on Thompson Street at the intersection with Main Street, where the Lyceum Building and Brown and Stanton Building are visible. Businesses include Winchester News Co., Gift and Art Shop, Hevey's Pharmacy, Luther Puffer real estate and insurance, Splendid Lunch, and Fells Market.

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Winchester Terrace, part of the Locatelli complex, looking toward Thompson Street. The Horace Ford Restaurant is on the left.

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Thompson Street from Waterfield Road looking toward the Brown and Stanton Building on Main Street. The Post Office is on the right corner.

Image of 1200.10.215 - Thompson Street

1200.10.215 - Thompson Street

Thompson Street from Main Street. Businesses include Winchester Appliances, a real estate, agency, McLaughlin's Shoes, and Winchester News Co.