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  • Coverage contains "Cabot Street (Beverly, Mass.)"

Date: 1910
Description: President William Howard Taft speaking in 1910 at the cornerstone laying for the Beverly Y.M.C.A. at 245 Cabot Street.

Description: Y.M.C.A. building, 245 Cabot Street. The cornerstone for this building was laid by President William Howard Taft.

Description: The homes of Herbert F. Winslow, 555 Cabot Street (foreground) and Sidney W. Winslow, 545 Cabot Street (background). Sidney Winslow was the President of United Shoe Machinery Company and the…

Date: 1909
Description: Executive Office of President William Howard Taft, 2nd floor, 240 Cabot Street. The building was destroyed by fire August 10, 1954.

Description: President William Howard Taft speaking at the cornerstone laying ceremony for the Beverly YMCA

Description: St. Peter's Episcopal Church. The congregation met originally on the building at the corner of Essex and Hale Streets. The first church (pictured here) was built in 1865 at the southwest corner of…[More]

Description: St. Peter's Episcopal Church. The congregation originally met in the building at the corner of Essex and Hale Streets. It moved into its first church building (pictured here) in 1865 at the…

Description: St. Mary Star of the Sea Church, 251 Cabot Street. The church was designed by Boston architect's Reid & McAlpine and construction was started in 1897. The parish was organized in 1873.

Description: Odd Fellows' Building, 188 Cabot Street

Description: Odd Fellows' Building, 188 Cabot Street

Description: President William Howard Taft's Executive Office, 2nd floor, 240 Cabot Street. The building was destroyed by fire August 10, 1954.

Description: Executive office for President William Howard Taft, 240 Cabot Street, when the summer White House was in Beverly. The building was destroyed by fire August 10, 1954. For one year, the office was…[More]

Description: The John C. Phillips house at Moraine Farm, Cabot Street. The second and third floors of this house have been removed.

Description: The John Cabot House, 117 Cabot Street, headquarters of the Beverly Historical Society. The building was the home of John Cabot from 1781 to 1802, then it was headquarters for the Beverly National…[More]

Description: Beverly Historical Society, John Cabot House, 117 Cabot Street. Headquarters of the Beverly Historical Society, the home was built by John Cabot in 1781, it became headquarters of the Beverly…

Date: 1910
Description: President William Howard Taft speaking in 1910 at the cornerstone laying for the Beverly Y.M.C.A. at 245 Cabot Street.

Date: 1900-1930?
Description: St. Mary Star of the Sea Church, 251 Cabot Street. The church was designed by Boston architect's Reid & McAlpine and construction was started in 1897. The parish was organized in 1873.

Description: St. Mary Star of the Sea Church, 251 Cabot Street. This church pre-dates the current St. Mary's. It was built in 1837 by the First Baptist congregation and sold in 1869 to the Knights of St. Crispin…[More]

Description: Second Congregational Church, Cabot and Conant Streets, North Beverly. The church building was remodelled in the 1950s and the building was turned 90 degrees to face Conant Street. The church was…[More]