Browse Items (319 total)

  • Collection: Everett Historical Images

1921 ehs football.jpg
Creator: Braun, Gustav F.
Date: Fall 1921
Description: The 1921 EHS football team poses in front of the old high school on Summer St. Seated front and center is team captain Andrew J. "Swede" Oberlander, who would be named Boston Globe All Scholastic at…[More]

Everett winter 1920s 2.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1930
Description: Snow snarls traffic on Broadway going north after a snowstorm circa 1930. This was before cities had widespread plowing and road treatment.

everett winter 20s 3.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1930
Description: A line of streetcars lines Broadway going south after a snowstorm, circa 1930

Wolcott St. Nov 24 1917.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: Nov. 24, 1917
Description: A man poses next to his Ford Model T on Wolcott St.

Wolcott St Nov 24 1917.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: November 24, 1917
Description: Houses on Wolcott St., looking nothing like the thickly settled street of today.

Whittemore House Norwood St. 1894.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: 1894
Description: House owned by William Whittemore, a local shoemaker on what is now Norwood St. Originally part of Chelsea St., Norwood St. was a residential street until the 1920s, when many of the dwellings were…[More]

West side of Everett Ave. at Chelsea St.  Sept. 1, 1931.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: Sept. 1, 1931
Description: West side of Everett Ave. at Chelsea St.

Corner Walnut and Morris St March 20 1920.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: March 20, 1920
Description: The store front at the corner of Walnut and Morris Streets would later be home to "Luigi's Market", and would be there for more than a half century before closing in 2019

Corner School St. and Main St. 1930.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: 1930
Description: The intersection where School St. meets Main St.

Corner Nichols and Florence Apr 29 1912.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: April 29, 1912
Description: Corner of Florence and Nichols Streets. A playground now occupies this site.

Corner Church and Liberty St March 1916.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: March, 1916
Description: A storefront at the corner of Church and Liberty St. The Everett Leader Herald newspaper has occupied this building since the 1950s

Corner Broadway and Second St. 1938.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: 1938
Description: Nearly everything in this photograph of the corner of Broadway and Second Street was razed to make room for a U.S. Post Office in 1938. The Post Office moved to Norwood St. some time ago, but the…

Corner Broadway and Norwood St..jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: unknown
Description: Excited customers crowd in front of J.W. Philbrick's "dry goods" store at the corner of Broadway and Norwood St. for "dollar day". Many may remember that corner when the S.S. Kresge store occupied…[More]

Everett Car barns.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1910-1920
Description: The Everett car barns were located in North Everett near the Malden line from the early 20th century until 1964, when "trackless trolleys" were replaced by buses. The Archdiocese of Boston later…[More]

Broadway Theatre Everett Ma.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: unknown
Description: The Broadway Theatre was opened in 1906 as a venue for live shows and films. It was located on Broadway, just south of Everett Square. In 1926 a group wanting to establish a Roman Catholic church…

Corner Broadway and Chelsea St. c.1908-10.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1908-1910
Description: Corner of Broadway and St. c.1908-1910

Corey St 1927.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: 1927
Description: Corey St. 1927

Corey St  Oct 1927.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: October, 1927
Description: Corey St.

Cor. Tappan and Hancock 1927.jpg
Creator: Braun, Gustav. F.
Date: Aug. 10, 1927
Description: Corner of Tappan and Hancock Streets. Aug. 10, 1927

Cor. Hancock and Broadway. Old Green House..jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: unknown
Description: The "Old Green House" at the corner of Broadway and Hancock Streets, was also the residence of Alonzo H. Evans, Everett's first Mayor. It was demolished in the 1920s to make way for an apartment…[More]