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Date: 1895?
Description: Strong surf pounds the shore at Woodbury's Point

Date: 1895?
Description: Strong surf pounds the shore at Woodbury's Point

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: Woodbury Shoe Company, 58 Rantoul Street

Description: Winthrop Hall, Endicott College, 361 Hale Street. Formerly the summer home of John Barry Ryan of New York City.

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 theā€¦

Description: West Beach showing old bath houses

Description: Wenham Lake straddles the border between Beverly and Wenham and is the primary reservoir for Beverly and Salem

Description: Wenham Lakes straddles the border between Beverly and Wenham and is the primary reservoir for Beverly and Salem

Description: Wenham Lake straddles the border between Beverly and Wenham and is the primary reservoir for Beverly and Salem

Description: Wenham Lake straddles the border between Beverly and Wenham and is the primary reservoir for Beverly and Salem

Description: Wenham Lake straddles the border between Beverly and Wenham and is the primary reservoir for Beverly and Salem

Description: Beverly waterfront along Water Street looking west

Description: View of Beverly Harbor from the Essex (Beverly-Salem) Bridge

Description: Foster's Wharf, Water Street

Description: View of the wharves on Water Street

Description: View of the Beverly waterfront with Girdler Coal Co in the foreground and Jubilee Yacht Club in the distance

Description: Washington Street Congregational Church, 23 Washington Street. The church building was opened in September 1836. The building is now a Masonic Temple.