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  • Subject contains "Shorelines"

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

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Description: View of the Lothrop Street shore

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Description: Woodbury's Point from the end of Woodbury Street This shoreline is to the west of Woodbury Beach

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Description: Hospital point from Rice's Beach

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Description: Woodbury's Point as seen from Dane Street Beach.

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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 at night

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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

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Description: Patch's Beach from Hospital Point

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Description: Bluff above Patch's Beach looking east toward Brackenbury Lane

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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. 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: View of Brackenbury Beach and Curtis Point looking east

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Description: Curtis Point from Brackenbury Beach

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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: 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]

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