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  • Coverage contains "Ober Street (Beverly, Mass.)"

Description: Dawson Hall Tea Room, also known as the "Monastery", at David S. Lynch Memorial Park, 55 Ober Street. The building was destroyed by fire the night of June 28, 1966.

Description: Dawson Hall Tea Room, also known as the "Monastery" at Lynch Park. The building was purchased from the Sohier family and moved to Dawson Hall, the former Evans Estate. The building was destroyed…[More]

Description: View of the porte cochere, entrance to the "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and…[More]

Date: ca. 1910
Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: View of "Stetson Cottage", 55 Ober Street (now Lynch Park), The cottage was the summer home of John Stetson, founder of Stetson Hat Co., later owned by Robert and Marie Evans who rented it to…

Description: Ober Street looking east from Hale Street

Description: The intersection of Neptune and Ober Streets in front of Lynch Park

Description: Home of Harriet Magee, 27 Ober Street, Beverly Cove

Description: View from the Evans Estate towards Hospital Point

Description: The private landing used by President Taft and his family when they used the Presidential Yacht on the estate of Robert and Marie Evans(now Lynch Park), Taft rented the Stetson cottage, the summer…

Description: Estate of Francis H. Peabody, 53 Ober Street (now Lynch Park). Peabody was head of the Boston banking firm of Kidder, Peabody & Co. He died at his Beverly home September 22, 1905.