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  • Coverage contains "Monument Avenue (Swampscott, Mass.)"

Date: ca. 1930?
Description: Howland Park is the site of Swampscott's World War II memorial. The memorial is named in honor of Raymond L. Howland (1895-1918), who died during WW I.

Date: 1914
Description: This photo is facing east, showing a close up of the Civil War Monument, sometimes known as the Soldier's and Sailor's Monument, in the center.

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: 1921
Description: Close up view of the Swampscott World War I memorial, a bronze plaque affixed to a large rock at the inersection of Burrill Street and Monument Avenue. The Chick and Ericson estates can be seen in…[More]

Date: 1923
Description: View from the street of the Erickson Estate after a snowfall. The "Top-O'the Bluff" can be seen in the background.
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1910
Description: Elihu Thomson, the founder of General Electric, came to the area in order to electrify the shoe factories in Lynn, Mass. This Georgian Revival house, built in 1889, had a a finely detailed exterior…[More]
Collection: Swampscott Buildings