Browse Items (77 total)

  • Coverage contains "Humphrey Street (Swampscott, Mass.)"

Date: 1928?
Description: Photograph of St. John's Elementary School in Swampscott, Mass. The school was part of St. John the Evangelist Parish. Building is still in existence, but is no longer used as a parochial school.
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1937
Description: Members of the Young Yankee Dory Sailors pose with officers of the Swampscott Yacht Club inside the club in this 1937 photograph. Appearing in the photo: Back row, L-R: 1. Ed Bergen, 2. Raymond…

Date: 1903
Description: Front exterior view of the Blaney House on Humphrey Street.;The Blaney House was built in 1641 by Capt. Ralph King and later sold to the Blaney Family. The site is now used for commercial purposes.
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1922
Description: A group of men who have gathered to renovate the Swampscott American Legion building, pose with their tools by the building

Date: 1940?
Description: View of "Shorty" Shaw's home at the rear of Jack's Spa on Humphrey Street. This location is now the site of the Chaisson's Cove Condominiums.
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1950
Description: View of homes at Humphrey Street and Greenwood Avenue.
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1890
Description: Side view of the Weeks home on Humphrey Street after a snow fall.
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1890
Description: View of the Stephen Wardwell home at 174 Humphrey Street. This home now serves as the rectory for St. John's parish.
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1915
Description: Monument Square was previously known as Mudge Square. The Mudge family donated the land for the erection of a Civil War monument in honor of the fourteen Swampscott men who died in the war. The…

Date: 1914
Description: This photo taken from the beach and shows scaffolding where the sea wall is being built.

Date: 1900
Description: Photo of the rear of the Cliff House, taken from below, showing a set of steep steps up to the house from the rocky beach below.
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1914
Description: This photo is facing east, showing workmen digging a trench while 2 men look on.

Date: 1914
Description: This photo is facing east, showing several cars and a horse drawn wagon on the street, with pedestrians walking on the side.

Date: 1914
Description: This photo is facing west, showing a building being demolished at left, a trolley car and trolley tracks, and several workmen in the background.

Date: 1914
Description: This photo is facing east, showing workmen in the background.

Date: 1914
Description: This photo faces east, with several workmen standing in front of a device which seems to be emitting steam.

Date: 1914
Description: This photo shows a view of Humphrey Street with trolley tracks and a trolley car coming down the street. 2 horse drawn wagons are shown on either side of the street.

Date: 1914
Description: This photo shows a close up view of the groundbreaking ceremony, with several unidentified dignitaries. One is wielding a pick and another a shovel as the rest look on.

Date: 1914
Description: This is an 8 x 10 photo, at the intersection of Blaney Street, showing a pile of scrap wood in the foreground next to trolley tracks. What appears to be a store is situated on the left, with a horse…[More]

Date: 1914
Description: This photo shows the groundbreaking ceremony, with several unidentified dignitaries. One is wielding a pick and another a shovel as the rest look on.