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  • Coverage contains "Washington Street (Reading, Mass.)"

Creator: Cram, Arthur T.
Date: 05-19-1956
Description: "Looking north toward Reading Square."

Description: National Register of Historic Places ID: 75000286

Description: Published for Edward Wells Dumont NJ

Creator: Smith, Les
Description: "This typical 17th century salt box is the town's oldest house. During the Revolutionary War British prisoners were housed here among them Sir Archibald Campbell. The house is now headquarters of…[More]

Description: National Register of Historic Places ID: 75000286

Creator: McFarland, J.T.
Description: "Built in 1694 by Abraham Bryant. During 1776 it was headquarters for 8 British prisoners of war captured at Nantasket by the colonials."

Date: [1917]
Description: Card is undated but bears a postmark of 1917

Date: [1906]
Description: Card is undated but bears a postmark of 1906

Date: [pre-1955]
Description: "First Catholic Church in Reading, located on Washington Street. Now the site of a private home, built in 1955 on the original foundation of the church." -- From the album containing the photograph

Description: Printed in Germany

Creator: Walkable Reading
Date: 03-2010
Description: 103 Washington Street : Parker Tavern. This structure was not built by a Parker nor is it a tavern as we know them today, but it has a long and important history. The house dates from the earliest…[More]
Collection: Walkable Reading