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

Description: "Washington's visit to the first cotton mill, October 30, 1789." The building was located on Dodge Street in North Beverly near the present North Beverly Fire Station.

Description: North Beverly Fire Station, intersection of Dodge and Cabot Streets. The station was completed in October 1907 at a cost of $25,000. The architects were Cooper and Bailey of Boston and the general…[More]

Description: North Beverly Fire Station, intersection of Dodge and Cabot Streets. The station was completed in October 1907 at a cost of $25,000. The architects were Cooper and Bailey of Boston and the general…[More]

Description: Beverly Plaza, Dodge Street, North Beverly

Description: Dodge Street looking south to the railroad crossing.

Description: Dodge's Row School, 250 Dodge Street. The building was built in 1889 and burned October 5, 1905. The students were transferred to the Bass River School on Conant Street.