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  • Coverage contains "Cabot Street (Beverly, Mass.)"

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Date: 1910
Description: President William Howard Taft speaking in 1910 at the cornerstone laying for the Beverly Y.M.C.A. at 245 Cabot Street.

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Date: 1900-1930?
Description: St. Mary Star of the Sea Church, 251 Cabot Street. The church was designed by Boston architect's Reid & McAlpine and construction was started in 1897. The parish was organized in 1873.

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Description: St. Mary Star of the Sea Church, 251 Cabot Street. This church pre-dates the current St. Mary's. It was built in 1837 by the First Baptist congregation and sold in 1869 to the Knights of St. Crispin…[More]

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Description: Second Congregational Church, Cabot and Conant Streets, North Beverly. The church building was remodelled in the 1950s and the building was turned 90 degrees to face Conant Street. The church was…[More]

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Description: Norwood mansion, 104 Cabot Street.

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Description: Norwood mansion, 104 Cabot Street.

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Description: North Beverly Fire Station, intersection of Dodge and Cabot Streets. The station was completed in October 1907 at a cost of $25,000. The architects were Cooper and Bailey of Boston and the general…[More]

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Description: North Beverly Fire Station, intersection of Dodge and Cabot Streets. The station was completed in October 1907 at a cost of $25,000. The architects were Cooper and Bailey of Boston and the general…[More]

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Description: Side view of "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the…[More]

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Description: Rear view of "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and was destroyed by fire the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the…[More]

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Description: Front view of "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built around 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the…[More]

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Description: Side view of "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the…[More]

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Description: Rear view of "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the…[More]

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Description: View of Wenham Lake from "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the…[More]

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Description: "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the Phillips Nature…[More]

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Description: "Highover", the estate of Amb. William Phillips, 801 Cabot Street. The house was built about 1912 and destroyed by fire on the night of October 11, 1968. This is now the site of the Phillips Nature…[More]

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Date: 1911
Description: View of the Gloucester Crossing railroad crossing at Cabot and Rantoul Streets, looking north. The crossing is on the Gloucester Branch of the Boston and Maine Railroad.

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Description: View of the Gloucester Crossing railroad crossing at Cabot and Colon Streets, looking east toward Rockport. The crossing is on the Gloucester Branch of the Boston and Maine Railroad.

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Description: G.A.R. Hall located at 254 Cabot Street. The building was moved in the 1940's to 8 Dane Street.

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Date: ca. 1880
Description: Vestry of the First Baptist Church, 254 Cabot Street (now the site of Beverly Cooperative Bank. The building was also at various times Beverly High School, the armory, G.A.R. Hall. It has since been…[More]