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

Description: Woodbury Shoe Company, 58 Rantoul Street

Description: Washington Elementary School, 415 Rantoul Street, renamed Washington-Beadle school in memory of Principal Thomas Beadle. The building was built in 1910, closed in 1996 and demolished in 1997.

Description: United States Post Office, 151 Rantoul Street. The building was designed by James Knox Taylor.

Description: Seth Norwood Shoe factory, corner of Rantoul Street and Railroad Avenue.

Description: View of Rantoul Street looking north. Edwards Street is in the right foreground.

Description: View of Rantoul Street looking south. Pond Street is in the left foreground.

Description: Abraham Edwards Elementary School, 45 Rantoul Street. The school was named for Abraham Edwards, who donated the land on which it stands. The school was dedicated October 19, 1913. The architect…[More]

Description: J. F. Kilham store, 87 Rantoul Street.

Description: Looking east up Broadway from the intersection of Rantoul Street

Date: 1977-1997
Description: Series of photographs of students of Jacqueline Auffrey at the Abraham Edwards Elementary School in Beverly taken between 1977 and 1997. The school was closed in June 2002.

Date: 03-1978 to 05-1987
Description: Abraham Edwards Elementary School, 45 Rantoul Street. The school was named for Abraham Edwards, who donated the land on which it stands. The school was dedicated October 19, 1913. The architect was…[More]

Date: [1987]
Description: Abraham Edwards Elementary School, 45 Rantoul Street. Dr. Francesca Gallucio-Steele, principal, presenting Mayor F. John Monahan a plaque of appreciation at the playground dedication ceremony,…

Description: Crosby building, 323 Rantoul Street. The building was built by F.A. Crosby.