Browse Items (20 total)

  • Subject contains "Automobiles"

Date: 03-1934 to 05-1934
Description: "The new 1934 automobiles which were featured in the General Motors Exhibit in Boston paraded through downtown Wakefield as part of the promotional activities prior to the show. To encourage the sale…[More]

Date: 1920
Description: "The annual Labor Day Carnival, hosted by the Wakefield Lodge of Elks, was held on Monday, September 6th, 1920 at Wakefield Center Depot field on Water Street. The event was reported to be 'one of…[More]

Description: Construction on Borden Gym was started in 1900 and opened officially on March 22, 1902 with a basketball game against the Harvard Freshmen. It replaced the gym that had been in Bulfinch Hall, which…[More]

Description: Copied from News Articles
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: Cliftondale Sq.
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: Pre-1970
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: Copied from Picture
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: Copied from Picture
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: Copied from Book
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: Postcard shows a view of Main Street looking south from the intersection of Main and Albion Streets. The Taylor Block can be seen on the left, and on the right in the middle distance is the Richardson…[More]
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

Date: 1921
Description: Drivers sit in sleek, shiny cars parked side-by-side during a local car show.

Date: 1921
Description: "The Franklin motor car was invented by the engineer John Wilkinson and manufactured by the industrialist H. H. Franklin and marketed under his name. The Franklin was one of the most innovative motor…[More]

Creator: Melrose Camera Club (Melrose, Mass.)
Date: 1947
Description: Original image from the Melrose Camera Club Photo Album

Date: 09-1936
Description: Cynthia driving woody station wagon. Location: 6 Rice Street Baby: Cynthia May Hawkes (Meehan) Mother: Stella Veinotte Hawkes

Date: 1916
Description: Taken at Danvers St. John's Prep - Outside Conservatory Notice the running board which has a pump on it that might be for putting air in the tires. Pictured: Two brothers and two students

Date: 07-1953
Description: House pictured (across from 16 Appleton) - now torn down and replaced.

Date: 07-1944
Description: Taken in back of the family home on 179 Locust Street, Danvers

Date: 07-1944
Description: "Si" Wells and sons Henry, Jr. and Arthur owned and operated Danvers Auto Body and Wells Car Sales on School Street, Danvers. The family moved here from Salem about 1940. This is Savario Henry…