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Everett Pub Lib First BOD.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: 1878
Description: Original Board of Directors for the Everett Public Library. 1878 to 1880

Everett YMCA built 1888.  Later Immaculate Conception Parish Hall. Razed 1987.jpg
Creator: Unknown
Date: c.1900
Description: The Everett YMCA building was erected in 1888 and demolished in July, 1987. The YMCA sold the building to the Immaculate Conception Church in the mid-1920s. It was used as a parish hall until the…[More]

Ferry St near Belmont St 1907 or 08.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1907-1908
Description: Ferry St., just before Belmont St going towards Malden 1907 or '08

Horace Mann School early 1900s.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1900
Description: Horace Mann School. Built c.1900. Foster St.

Horse and Wagon.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: unknown
Description: Unidentified man on City of Everett wagon

Interior of Methodist Episcopal Chapel Everett decorated for Christmas 1873. Rev. A.P.Potter. Building demolished early 2000s.jpg
Creator: E.F. Smith, Boston, Mass.
Date: December, 1873
Description: Interior of Methodist Episcopal Chapel, Everett, Mass. decorated for Christmas, 1873. Rev. A.P. Potter. Building demolished early 2000s

J. M. Newhall the shoemaker.jpg
Creator: G.H. Redman, Everett, Mass.
Date: unknown
Description: J.M. Newhall the shoemaker

James A. Perkins post 156 G.A.R. Ferry St. July 4, 1917  Parade (3).jpg
Creator: Braun, Gustaav F.
Date: July 4, 1917
Description: James A. Perkins Post 156 Grand Army of the Republic rides down Ferry St. in the Fourth of July parade, 1917

James Pickering Estate.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1880
Description: James Pickering Estate on Broadway. Razed in about 1890 to make way for the Parlin Memorial Library.

Janice Burdick, Mark Parisi Fall 1999 Everett Square.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: Fall, 1999
Description: Janice Burdick and Mark Parisi demonstrate the Lindy Hop, a 1930s swing era dance that originated in Harlem, in Fall, 1999

Jonathan Green House. Ferry St. Still standing.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1890
Description: Jonathan Green house, Ferry St. Built c.1735 . Still standing. Believed to be the oldest residence in Everett.

Joseph CannellHouse. cor. Broadway and Ellsworth St. Demolished c.1900.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1880-1900
Description: Joseph Cannell House, corner of Broadway and Ellsworth St. Demolished c.1900

Joseph Curnane and Everett Boosters Club late 1940s.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1955-1960
Description: Everett Boosters Club award ceremony c.1955-1960. Amerino "Moody" Sarno (far left), Joseph A. Curnane (rear center), Everett High School Principal Martin Sanborn (far right)

July 4 Parade pre-1920.jpg
Creator: Braun, Gustav F.
Date: c.1920
Description: Marchers go through Everett Square in a pre-1920 Fourth of July parade.

Junior Choir First Baptist Church Easter 1932.jpg
Creator: Braun, Gustav F.
Date: 1932
Description: The junior choir from the First Baptist Church in Everett, Easter, 1932

Just Suits Cut Plug Tobacco.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1890-1910
Description: A building near the railroad tracks advertises "Just Suits Cut Plug Tobacco"

Kimball Drug 1890.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: 1890
Description: A front view of the interior of the Kimball Drug Store in Everett Square 1890

Kimball Drug Store 1890.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: 1890
Description: A back view of the interior of the Kimball Drug Store on Broadway, Everett Square in 1890

Kimball Drug Store c.1902. C. Herbert Howard, Alice (Carroll) Sullivan, Henry R. Davis, Wallace Foden, Mel S. Robertson.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1902
Description: Kimball Drug Store c.1902. C. Herbert Howard, Alice (Carroll) Sullivan, Henry R. Davis, Wallace Foden, Mel S. Robertson

Kimball's Pharmacy Broadway late 1800s.jpg
Creator: City of Everett
Date: c.1890
Description: Townspeople pose in front of the Kimball Pharmacy at the corner of Broadway and Chelsea St., late 1800s. Kimball's burned down in the Masonic Building fire of 1908, but was rebuilt in the same spot…[More]