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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 1999.02 - Robert E. Fay Collection

This collection contains black and white photographs, taken by Robert Ervin Fay in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. The photographs include scenes of Winchester, town buildings, fires, fire fighters and fire fighting equipment. Fay also recorded events such as the Hurricane of 1938, parades and the Civil Defense Scrap Drive of 1942.

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 1200.01.33 - Winchester's 250th Anniversary in 1890

1200.01.33 - Winchester's 250th Anniversary in 1890

View of three-story White Building at the corner of Main and Church Streets. It is decorated with bunting in celebration of the town's 250th anniversary in 1890. Horse and buggy in picture.

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 1200.10.02 - Church Street

1200.10.02 - Church Street

Church Street from the White Building at the corner of Main Street to Dix Street. The Congregational Church and the front of the Star Building, 3 Church Street, are also visible.

Image of 1200.10.05 - White Building

1200.10.05 - White Building

Church Street showing the White Building, Star Building, and Bank Building

Image of 1200.10.08 - Morrill & Bliss Grocery Store

1200.10.08 - Morrill & Bliss Grocery Store

Morrill & Bliss Grocery Store (site of Star Building, now 13 Church Street), and edge of White Building on Church Street.

Image of 1200.10.09 - George E. Morrill Grocery Store

1200.10.09 - George E. Morrill Grocery Store

George E. Morrill Grocery Store (site of the Winchester Star Building), plus edges of White Building to the right and Park & Lane business to the left.

Image of 1200.10.110 - Main Street

1200.10.110 - Main Street

Main Street looking north from the railroad crossing, toward "gasoline alley," featuring the White Building with McCormack's Apothecary on the left.

Image of 1200.10.178 - Mount Vernon Street

1200.10.178 - Mount Vernon Street

Mount Vernon Street aerial photograph showing (l-r) the First Congregational Church, Stetson Hall, and Park Street in the background; the top of the White Building behind the railroad overpass; Lyceum Building, Richardson building (#10-16), Winchester Savings Bank (#26), Fire Station (#36), and Miller Building.

Image of 1200.10.43 - Winchester Square looking east

1200.10.43 - Winchester Square looking east

Winchester Center, showing (l-r) the White Building, the railroad gate house, Lyceum Building (behind which the tower of the Fire Station is visible), Town Hall, Methodist Church, White Block, and Brown & Stanton Building. This photograph was used for a postcard titled "Winchester Square looking east," a copy of which was postmarked 1911. The original of this photograph is owned by Historic New England from which written permission must be obtained for any other use than study purposes.

Image of 1200.10.53 - Winchester Center

1200.10.53 - Winchester Center

Winchester Center looking toward the Common and Church Street. To the right are the White Building, Hillside Paint and Wallpaper Company, the rear of the Winchester Star building, and the spire of the Congregational Church.

Image of 1200.10.54 - Main Street Winchester Center

1200.10.54 - Main Street Winchester Center

Main Street Winchester Center at the intersection with Mount Vernon Street (right), looking north, showing the White Building, Hillside Paint and Wallpaper Co., Esso station, Shell station (middle), and Lyceum Building (far right).

Image of 1200.10.55 - Main Street Winchester Center

1200.10.55 - Main Street Winchester Center

Winchester Center at the intersection of Main Street with Church Street, showing the railroad gates, Common, White Building, and spire of the Congregational Church

Image of 1200.10.56 - Main Street Winchester Center

1200.10.56 - Main Street Winchester Center

Winchester Center at the intersection of Main Street with Church Street, showing the Common, Congregational Church, Star Building, White Building, White Building, and Stetson Hall, 2 Elmwood Avenue, on the hill above.

Image of 1200.10.60 - Main Street Winchester Center

1200.10.60 - Main Street Winchester Center

Winchester Center showing the White Building at the end of Church Street at the intersection with Main Street, railroad overpass, and Converse Super Market

Image of 1200.10.66 - Winchester Center Rotary

1200.10.66 - Winchester Center Rotary

Winchester Center rotary from the MBTA ramp looking at the intersection of Church and Main Streets, showing Stetson Hall (left background), Shawmut Bank, Star Building, and White Building with McCormack's Apothecary.

Image of 1200.10.67 - Winchester Center Rotary

1200.10.67 - Winchester Center Rotary

Winchester Center rotary looking at the intersection of Church and Main Streets, showing the Common and White Building with McCormack's Apothecary (right).