Lynn Buildings

Historic images of homes and businesses in Lynn, Mass.

Contributor(s)

  • Institution: Lynn Public Library

Coverage

  • Massachusetts--Essex (county)--Lynn

Items

Public library, City Hall, reference room, 1892-99
Public library, City Hall, trustees' room, 1892-1899
Public library, north gallery, City Hall
Public library. City Hall. Delivery Room. 1898. Jane L. Benson. Eliz. E. Rule. Helen Austin.
Public library, librarians' room, City Hall, 1898
Public library, City Hall, reading room, 1892-1899
Public library, site of new building, shows all houses standing, 1897
Public library construction work, front and side views
Public library construction work, front and side views
Public library, construction work, pillars (rough)
Laying cornerstone of public library, July 23, 1898
Public library, excavations
Public library, excavations
Public library, construction, raising columns
Public library, construction, raising columns
Public library, site of public library before removal of buildings
Public library, construction work
Public library, construction and laying of the corner stone
Public library, construction and laying of the corner stone
Public library, construction and laying of the corner stone
Public library, excavating for building
Public library construction work, 1900-1902, corner views
Public library construction work 1900-1902, corner views
Lynn Public Library
Public library, showing Soldiers and Sailors Monument in the foreground
Public library, showing intersection of North Common and Franklin Streets, 1928
Public library, showing close-up of Revolutionary monument on lawn
Public library, Illuminated
Public library, 1928
Public library, columns, From West Side.
Public library before building of Boys' Club
Public library, front & east side
Public library in Lynn City Hall,. W.T. Bowers' Collection
Public library, Matthews Branch
Public library, Matthews Branch
Public library, Matthews Branch
Public library, Matthews
Public library, Matthews
Public library, Matthews
Public library, Matthews Branch
Public library, Matthews Branch
Public library, Matthews Branch
Public library, Matthews Branch
Public library, Matthews Branch
Public library, Shute Branch
Public library, Shute Branch, Interior
Public library, Shute Branch, children's room, fireplace
Public library, Shute Branch, children's room
Public library, Wyoma Branch, 1950
Harriet L. Matthews, librarian of Lynn Public Library, 1904-1916
Public library float, Centennial Parade, June 17, 1950
Public library float, Centennial Parade, June 17, 1950
Public library, children's room, first floor, 1910-20
Public Library, 1917
Public Library, stairway to Reference Department, 1920
Public library, reading room, showing mural
Public Library, central desk Dec. 13, 1946
Public library, rotunda dome before redecorating, Nov. 1960
Public library rotunda, main desk additional lights
Public Library, rotunda, looking toward public catalog
Public library, reference room
Public library, reference room (front), 1927?
Public library, reference room, columns of rotunda
Public library, reference room, columns (close-up), 1928
Public Library, reference, 1906
Public Library, reference, 1906
Public library, reference room, 1950
Public Library, boy's & girl's Department, Jan. 31, 1920
Public library, reference room, 1928
Public library, reference room
Public Library, boys & girls department; new room opened Jan. 31, 1920
Public Library, boys and girls department, opened Jan. 31, 1920
Public Library, catalog room, 1950
Public library, fiction room, 1975
Public library, office 1900-14 (Trustees' Room)
Public library, newspaper room, 1900-1920
Iron Kettle
Iron Kettle at library
Public library shut-in service, 1950
Public library, readers' advisor, Louise Boudreau, 1950
Blind readers of Lynn Public Library, 1907
Public Library, Houghton Branch
Public Library, Houghton Branch, 1950
Public Library, Matthews Branch, 1914
City Hall, 1890's
Old Tavern, Lynnfield
Blood's Market,  1911
U.S. Post Office
Highland Fire House
Fire Apparatus at Center Steet and Market Square, circa 1890
Item building and south side of Mount Vernon Street
Police Station, Central
Broad Street Fire Station
Chestnut Street Fire Station, corner of Pond Street.
Commercial Street Fire Station
Fire apparatus, Tower Hill Fire Station, 1985
Fayette Street Fire Station
Federal Street fire Station
Fire Apparatus, 1914
Court House, Lynn District
City Hall, decorations for the Trade Carnival, Oct. 4-9, 1897
City Hall, showing some of the square
City Hall, showing iron fence, 1898
Memorial City Hall, 1959
City Hall, 1903
City Hall, First Methodist Church and Rhodes Building in background
Franklin Street Fire Station
Post Office building; Lynn Business College; Lynn Historical Society
Highland Fire Station
Ladder Truck in front of Broad Street Station, 1950
Ladder #4 of Lynn, circa 1906
Lewis Street Fire Station
Tower Hill Fire Station
Wyoma Fire Station, Broadway
Lynn Hospital, Boston Street, 1985
Machine Shop, Cliff and Walnut Streets
Otis Mill, Boston Street
Elks Building, corner of Spring and Exchange Street July, 27, 1959
New England telephone and telegraph company building, Oxford Street
Fuller Building, Central Square
Tolman Building, north corner of Market and Liberty Streets
Osborne Block, west corner of Centre Street and Market Square
Lee Hall Building, City Hall Square
Elk's building, south corner of Spring and Exchange Street
Tewksbury and Caldwell Storage Warehouse, South Street
Hammond and Armour Packing Co., Pleasant Street
Tewksbury and Caldwell Storage Warehouse, Office, 55 South Street
D.B.P. Power Store, Central Avenue and Blake Street, east corner
Boscobel, Old Arcade, Market Square
Mildred Range, Market Square
Pumping Station Lynn Works Walnut Street, circa 1879
Beden Hardware, 93 Munroe Street, 1895
Beden Hardware, 93 Munroe Street, 1895
Beden Hardware, 93 Munroe Street, 1895
Shoe factories: old and new
General Electric Co., River Works from Fox Hill Bridge
Hiram N. Breed Shoe Shop
Shoemaker's shop of Joseph Lye, sometime before 1800
Lye Shoe Shop, Essex Street, interior
Bay State Wheel Co., corner Western Avenue and Federal Street
P.P. Tapley,  & Co., Kid and Morocco Manufactory, 114 Broad Street
Parrott Shoe Shop, Olive Street
Hoague-Sprague Shoe factories (exteriors)
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A.E. Little and Company, shoe manufacturer; stitching room, 70 Blake Street : view 3
A.E. Little and Company, shoe manufacturer; stitching room, 70 Blake Street: View 6
A.E. Little and Company, shoe manufacturer; stitching room, 70 Blake Street
A.E. Little and Company, shoe manufacturer; stitching room, 70 Blake Street: View 4
A.E. Little and Company, shoe manufacturer; stitching room, 70 Blake Street: View 1
A.E. Little and Company, shoe manufacturer; stitching room, 70 Blake Street: View 5
Shoemakers
A.E. Little and Company, shoe manufacturer; stitching room, 70 Blake Street: View 7
A.E. Little and Company, shoe manufacturer; stitching room, 70 Blake Street: View 2
Lennox, Patrick and Co., Kid, Goat, and Morocco, 162 Market Street, 1890
Lover's Leap Spring Water Co., Forest Avenue
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham home and laboratory, 233-235 Western Avenue, 1879
Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham laboratory, Western Avenue
Central Square Theatre, Union Street
Hospital for treatment of tuberculosis
Intervale Club, Glenmere Square
Odd Fellows' Hall, East Lynn
Lynn Hospital, 1985
Lynn Hospital, 1985
Oxford Club, showing delta of Washington Square
Casino, Summer Steet
Auditorium Theatre, 21 Andrew Street
City Hall, 1929
First Post Office
Policemen and patrol wagon
Father Mathew building, Summer Street
Women's Union, office industrial relief laundry, Olive Street
Women's Club House, Washington Street
Hospital for contagious diseases, Holyoke Street
Dirigo Clubhouse, Chatham Street
Swift's Plant, Market Street
Post Office until 1934
Armory, old
Armory, 1898
Lynn Policeman with callbox
Blacksmith shop
Buffum's Shoe Factory
Fuller buildings on Liberty Square and Union Street
Fuller buildings on Liberty Square and Union Street
Moulton's Factory Marion Street
Standard Cement Works, West Lynn
Stevens & Newhall Coal Co., Sea Street, south side, from Market Street
Lynn Hospital, 1898
Lynn Hospital, about 1911
Lynn Hospital, Annex
City Home, Tower Hill, 1902
Home for aged women, North Common Street, 1898
City Home, Old Almshouse, Chestnut Street
City Home (old), Tower Hill
Home for aged women, North Common Street
Lynn City Home, Tower Hill
Lynn Theatre, Summer Street
Lynn Theatre, interior : stage, pit and balconies, 40 Summer Street
Olympia Theatre, 408 Washington Street
Theatre Comique, 95 Monroe Street
Old Lyceum building, corner of Summer and Market Streets
Boys' Club of Lynn, Massachusetts, 169 Liberty Street
Dirigo Club, corner of Chathum and Clarendon Streets
Odd Fellow's building, East Lynn
Odd Fellow's building, West Lynn
Dreamland Theatre, Andrew Street
Oxford Club House
General Electric Co., holdings on west side of Federal Street
Witt House, Market Square
Waite House, North Bend Street
Cyrus Tracy House, Linwood Road, Pine Hill
Thompson House: "Black Mash"
Amos P. Tapley House, corner of mall and north Common Streets
Sweetser Estate, Ocean Street
Spinney Houses, corner of Church and South Common Streets
Benjamin F. Spinney Residence, Ocean Street
Joseph N. Smith Residence, Ocean Street
Ammi Smith House, North Common Street
Reynolds House, Boston Street
Rand House, Boston Street
Moll Pitcher House
Moll Pitcher House
Philip Chase's residence, situated on Pleasant Street at corner of Bond Street, 1928
Isaac Organ House, Strawberry Avenue
Old House, Boston Street near Hudson Square
Joseph Fuller House, Liberty Square
Mary Baker Eddy's room in Broad Street home
William Johnson House, while he was mayor, Centre Street
George Hood House while he was mayor, Essex Street
Home of Mary Baker Eddy, Broad Street
Holder House, Tapley Street, Pine Hill
Judge Harmon House, corner of Baker and north Common Streets
Flagg-Gray House, Marion Street, south of Boston Street
Hawthorne House, site of Lynn Hospital
Flagg-Gray House Marion Street.
Franklin Street, corner Cobbet Place
Guild Homestead
Joseph Fuller House, corner of Liberty Square and Front Street (now Broad), about 1800
Lawrence House, Ocean Street
Dr. Little House corner of Washington Square and Nahant Street
Lye House
Lawrence House, Ocean Street : quaint wallpaper
Lawrence House, Ocean Street: staircase
Mansfield or Breed House, corner of Boston and Cedar Streets
Squire James Newhall House
Judge Newhall House, Walnut and Holyoke Streets
Mansfield-Moulton House, Boston Street
Moulton House, corner of Boston and Moulton Streets
A.E. Little residence, 264 Ocean Street : view of Ocean from rear
A.E. Little residence, 264 Ocean Street : view of grounds.
A.E. Little residence, 264 Ocean Street :  view from boulevard.
Mansfield (or Graves) House, Western Avenue
Augustus B. Martin House, 7 High Rock Avenue, 1879
30 Franklin Street
Flagg-Gray House Marion Street: rear view
Mansfield-Moulton House, 397 Boston Street
Arthur J. Northrup  House, 20 Baker Street
A.E. Little residence, 264 Ocean Street, Winter : view 1
Stephen R. Davis Residence, 28 Eastern Avenue
Building on street corner
Sagamore Hotel, Union Square
Lynn Hotel, junction of Western Avenue and North Common Street, circa 1880
Home of Mary Baker Eddy, Broad Street
Littlefield building, showing High Rock Tower in the background
Adams building, corner Summer and George Streets
Kirtland House, Summer Street
Breed Tavern (old) Federal Square
John Wooldridge House, Wave Street
Wood and Tebbitts House, Franklin Street
Sorosis annex, 83 Broad Street :  view from rear
Sorosis annex, 83 Broad Street :  side view
Sorosis annex, Broad Street and Washington Square, Coffin Estate
Lynn Hotel
Charles A. Coffin House, Ocean Street
North Congregational Church parsonage
Birth Place of Lt. Gov. William Gray; also of Dr. John Flagg of revolutionary fame
Aunt Mary Breed House, Breed's Square
Attwill House, Whiting Street, 1681
Nathan Breed House, Broad Street
J.N. Buffum House, while he was mayor, Lawton Avenue
John Chase House, Franklin Street
Collins House (old), Maple Street
William Connery House, while he was mayor, Wheeler Street
Hiram Breed House, while he was mayor; corner of Breed and Lewis Streets
Bacheller House, 51 Franklin Street
Breed House, corner of Summer and Orchard Streets
William L. Baird House on Elm Street, lived here when mayor
Bacheller House

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