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

Date: 1895
Description: Photo is taken from the water and shows the beach with fish houses and dories on the shore

Date: 1895?
Description: Panoramic photo shows the beach with rowboats and dories lined up along on the shore. In the foreground is a horse and buggy and several figures appear on the beach. Lincoln House Point appears in…[More]

Date: 1895?
Description: Blaney Beach, also known as Fisherman's Beach, was the center of the fishing industry in Swampscott. In 1896, the town built the Fish House to "replace the numerous individual fish houses." In 1897,…[More]

Date: 1900?
Description: Exterior view of the Swampscott Tavern on Humphrey Street. The Little Red Shoe Shop, later moved to Essex Street, is visible behind the tavern. Along the building's foundation, the remains of some…[More]
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1922
Description: The Swampscott American Legion was located at 380 Humphrey Street in 1922. This building had formerly housed S.J. Pettingell's Grocery Store. As of 2008, the American Legion Post 57 (Leon E. Abbott)…[More]
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1930?
Description: "Humphrey at the corner of Redington Street [approximately 1930] shows the variety of businesses to be found. At 146 Humphrey Street is Saint Clair's Restaurant (later the site of Eatons' Drug…
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1900?
Description: "A mother and son [in a horse-drawn carriage] on Humphrey Street, approaching the intersection of Blaney Street. Behind them is Tucker's Market and J.L. Taylor's Barber Shop."--from Swampscott,…
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1938
Description: The Holden Block was located at 128-136 Humphrey Street at the corner of Redington Street. George H. Holden's Grocery and Hardware Store dates from before the turn of the century and originally took…[More]
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1910
Description: View of residences on Humphrey Street from Fishermen's Beach.

Date: 1915
Description: View along upper Humphrey Street, approaching St. John's Church on the right.

Date: 1915
Description: View of Monument Square at the intersection of Humphrey and Burrill Streets. A trolley passes along the street and King's Beach is visible on the left.

Date: 1912
Description: View of business along upper Humphrey Street approaching St. John' s Church.

Date: 1890
Description: Photograph of fish houses located on Humphrey Street in Swampscott in 1890

Date: 1890
Description: View of residences on Humphrey Street from Fishermen's Beach.

Date: 1896
Description: Photograph of fish houses located on Humphrey Street in Swampscott in 1897. Photo is taken at close range and written across the bottom is "Blaney's Beach Swampscott, Mass."

Date: 1912
Description: View looking West along Humphrey Street toward Monument Square as a trolley car travels eastward.

Date: 1912
Description: View along Humphrey Street toward Monument Square, opposite St. John's Church. An American flag hangs from a wire above the street.

Date: 1890
Description: Photograph shows a horse drawn omnibus and the town water pump. Several men are in the photo, which also shows the rear of some fish houses and a rowboat at the right.

Date: 1890
Description: View of Humphrey Street across from Fisherman's Beach. A heavy snow covers the scene with snow banks along the trolley tracks. A stable is to the left of the tracks and people walk along a path…

Date: 1888
Description: View looking Southeast along Humphrey Street from Redington Street. Trolley tracks follow Humphrey Street, which is unpaved.