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  • Subject contains "Parks"

lyonspark4a.jpg
Description: Oceanside park, now Percy F. Lyons Park, on Lothrop Street at Dane Street. The bath pavilion was destroyed by fire.

italiangardenlynchpark4a.jpg
Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for…[More]

bayviewavenue2a.jpg
Description: From from Bay View Avenue looking west toward David S. Lynch Memorial Park

independencepark2a.jpg
Description: Originally called Queen Park, now called Independence Park. Located on Lothrop Street, between Wilson Avenue and Central Street. At 6 pm on July 17, 1776, Col. John Glover first read the…

independencepark8a.jpg
Description: Originally called Queen Park, now called Independence Park. Located on Lothrop Street, between Wilson Avenue and Central Street. At 6 pm on July 17, 1776, Col. John Glover first read the…

independencepark5a.jpg
Description: Originally called Queen Park, now called Independence Park. Located on Lothrop Street, between Wilson Avenue and Central Street. At 6 pm on July 17, 1776, Col. John Glover first read the…

danestreetbeach4a.jpg
Description: Beverly harbor as seen from Dane Street Beach / Lyons Park

italiangardenlynchpark7a.jpg
Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for…[More]

lyonspark7a.jpg
Description: Dane Street and Percy F. Lyons Park, showing the old bathing pavilion

lyonspark6a.jpg
Description: Oceanside park, now Percy F. Lyons Park, on Lothrop Street at Dane Street. The bath pavilion was destroyed by fire.

dawsonhall1a.jpg
Description: Dawson Hall, 55 Ober Street, the summer home of Robert and Marie Evans. Robert Evans was the President of United States Rubber Co. and also a Trustee of the Museum of Fine Arts. Mrs. Evans donated…[More]

lynchparkentrance1a.jpg
Description: Entrance the estate of Robert and Marie Evans who rented President Taft the Stetson Cottage as the Summer White House for the years 1909 and 1910. Now David S. Lynch Memorial Park, 55 Ober Street.

fountainlynchpark1a.jpg
Description: Fountain at the estate of Robert and Marie Evans, Dawson Hall, at 55 Ober Street. In 1909 and 1910 President William Howard Taft rented a house from the Evans' for the Summer White House. The estate…[More]

greenshill1a.jpg
Description: View of Beverly from Green's Hill, Ryal Side.

independencepark3a.jpg
Description: Originally called Queen Park, now called Independence Park. Located on Lothrop Street, between Wilson Avenue and Central Street. At 6 pm on July 17, 1776, Col. John Glover first read the…

independencepark9a.jpg
Description: Originally called Queen Park, now called Independence Park. Located on Lothrop Street, between Wilson Avenue and Central Street. At 6 pm on July 17, 1776, Col. John Glover first read the…

italiangardenlynchpark3a.jpg
Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for…[More]

italiangardenlynchpark10a.jpg
Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for the…[More]

italiangardenlynchpark11a.jpg
Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for the…[More]

italiangardenlynchpark2a.jpg
Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for the…[More]