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  • Coverage contains "Haven Street (Reading, Mass.)"

Description: "Looking north on Haven Street from High Street. 3 story building with mansard roof is 'Weston's Block'. Destroyed by fire on June 18, 1883. This is the site of Johnson's Hardware 1992 near corner of…[More]

Description: "Looking east toward Main Street."

Date: 06-1957
Description: "Excavation has been going forward rapidly on the lot on Haven Street where the new Cooperative Bank building will be located. The building, formerly occupied by the Western Auto Associates store, is…[More]

Description: "It is hanging in the Barclay-Bishop local history room at the Reading Public Library. Depicts Reading Shoe Hospital, owner - Harry Shapiro. It was located next to Rockport Fish Market."

Description: "Haven Street opposite Sanborn Street"

Description: Sign in window reads "Indian MoToCycles.";"Haven Street corner of Linden Street, note Socony Pump at sidewalk edge." -- From the album containing the photograph

Creator: Cram, Arthur T.
Description: "First floor Masonic Block Haven Street, now Baybank." -- From the album containing the photograph

Date: 1938
Description: Post-1937 address is 600 Main Street Reading MA;"Main and Haven Streets 1938 photo"

Date: ca. 1904
Description: Post-1937 address is 600 Main Street, Reading MA;"Main and Haven Street (Masonic Block) - perhaps they were waiting for the trolley!"

Date: pre-1926
Description: "Willis' home on left side of photo, Lyceum building (with cupola), Masonic building. Lyceum was razed in 1959."

Date: pre-1926
Description: "Willis house, SE corner of Main and Haven Streets. Moved around block to Elliott Street, corner of Chapin Avenue, ca. 1926. Built 1816-1817." " -- From the album containing the photograph

Date: 1904
Description: "Northeast corner of Main and Haven Streets, 1904 photo copy. 'Crockery and glassware'"

Date: 1991
Description: "Retail establishments."

Date: 1984
Description: "The Ira Ruggles' house built at 164 Haven Street, circa 1850, converted around the turn of the century to Hodson Bros. decorators. In the 1960s the name was changed to the Paint Store with the Purple…[More]