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  • Subject contains "Carriages and carts"

Date: ca. 1899
Description: "The Proctor family moved to the Town of Wakefield from Maine when Edward Everett Proctor took a job with the newly created Municipal Light Department. The family took up residence on the western part…[More]

Date: 1885
Description: "Hathaway's Stable on Mechanic Street (now Princess Street) featured this six-horse barge, 'The Queen of the Turf.' The barges were rented from a livery stable and were used as a charter bus. The…[More]

Description: Postcard depicts a view northwest across Main Street towards the Baptist Church. The Rockery and High School (now Town Hall) are also visible.
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

Date: pre-1926
Description: "Willis house, SE corner of Main and Haven Streets. Moved around block to Elliott Street, corner of Chapin Avenue, ca. 1926. Built 1816-1817." " -- From the album containing the photograph

Description: "Established in Reading in 1886 on old Brook's estate." -- From the album containing the photograph

Date: 1948
Description: Friends of the family worked together to design this doll carriage - winning prize was the doll in the carriage. Pictured: Cate Ryan