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  • Coverage contains "North Avenue (Wakefield, Mass.)"

Date: 1940
Description: "Located at 591 Main Street in the Junction area of Wakefield, the Curley Brothers fuel and grain company started operations in a building near the Wakefield Junction Railway Station, subsequently…

Date: 06-24-1930
Description: "Although the building at the right rear of the photograph remains standing, the building which housed Roche's Hardware/Houseware and the adjoining one which housed First National Stores and Beasley's…[More]

Date: ca. 1934
Description: "Town Meeting voted to purchase land at North Avenue and Church Street following a huge fire on September 26, 1929, which destroyed most of the Porter-Milton Ice House. The fire, reported to have…

Creator: Klapes, Jeffrey M. , 1964-
Date: 06-30-2008
Description: Photos show views of the house located at 509 North Avenue in front of Lakeside Cemetery. The Greek Revival style home was built around 1848 and may have been moved to its present site from a nearby…[More]

Description: "Colonial at Lynnfield, Mass., on Rte. 128 at Exit 21. Phone: CRystal 9-3042. New England's finest Public Country Club. Famous for Roast Prime Ribs. Six private dining rooms seating 1000 persons -…
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

Creator: Payro, J. (Joseph C.), 1862-1953
Date: 1944
Description: Photograph shows the former bank building at the corner of North Avenue and Albion Streets. It housed several banks over the years including the South Reading Mechanic and Agricultural Institution,…[More]