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  • Subject contains "Shorelines"

beverlyharbor4a.jpg
Description: View of Beverly Harbor from the vicinity of Washington Street.

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Description: View of Beverly Harbor from the vicinity of Washington Street.

lothropstreetshoreline1a.jpg
Description: View of the Lothrop Street shore

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Description: Beverly shoreline looking east from Lothrop Street

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Description: View of Brackenbury Beach and Curtis Point looking east

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Description: Burgess Point (Lynch Park) as seen from Woodbury Beach

hospitalpoint1a.jpg
Description: Hospital point from Rice's Beach.

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Date: 1906
Description: Easterly side of Hospital Point from the ocean. There is a handwritten date on the card Oct. 14, 1906.

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Description: Hospital point from Rice's Beach

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Description: Hospital Point from Rice's Beach

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Description: Hospital Point from Rice's Beach at night

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Description: Hospital Point from Rice's Beach

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Description: Hospital Point from Patch's Beach.

hospitalpoint3a.jpg
Description: View of Hospital Point from Patch's Beach looking west

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Description: View of Hospital Point from Patch's Beach looking west

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Description: Hospital Point from Rice's Beach

shoreline32a.jpg
Description: Lee's Point from West Beach, Beverly Farms

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Description: Mingo Beach, Hale Street, looking west. Mingo beach was named for a slave named Robin Mingo, who was promised his freedom if the tide ever went low enough to walk to Aunt Becky's Ledge just offshore.…[More]

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Description: View of Brackenbury Beach and Curtis Point looking east. This view is not of Mingo Beach. Mingo Beach was named for a slave named Robin Mingo, who was promised his freedom if the tide ever went low…[More]

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Description: Mingo Beach, Hale Street, looking east. Mingo Beach was named after a slave named Robin Mingo, who was promised his freedom if the tide ever went low enough to walk to Aunt Becky's Ledge, just…[More]