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  • Subject contains "Chapels"

Date: ca. 1912
Description: "The Woodville Chapel on Farm Street was dedicated on February 16, 1896 under the auspices of the Massachusetts Baptist Sunday School Association. The 24' x 30' building had a seating capacity of…

Date: ca. 1895
Description: "The Montrose Chapel was located on the south side of Salem Street near the intersection of Lowell Street. Local history reports that the extreme easterly portion of Wakefield realized the importance…[More]

Date: ca. 1932
Description: "The Lakeside Cemetery Chapel on North Avenue was built in the late 1930's, and, according to its architect, it was designed to be a 'beautiful and dignified' setting for funeral services. It was…

Date: 1885
Description: The interior of the Stone Chapel was a more ornate version of the Old Main Building Chapel. Buttresses, hanging chandeliers and uncomfortable seating to keep the boys awake. They have switched to…

Date: 1885
Description: The interior of the Stone Chapel was a more ornate version of the Old Main Building Chapel. Buttresses, hanging chandeliers and uncomfortable seating to keep the boys awake. They have switched to…

Description: The Stone Chapel had originally been planned to go up in 1864, but a pledge fell through and it was not built until 1875. It was used jointly by the Theological Seminary and the Academy. Its bell…

Description: The Stone Chapel had originally been planned to go up in 1864, but a pledge fell through and it was not built until 1875. It was used jointly by the Theological Seminary and the Academy. Its bell…

Description: The Stone Chapel had originally been planned to go up in 1864, but a pledge fell through and it was not built until 1875. It was used jointly by the Theological Seminary and the Academy. Its bell…

Description: The Stone Chapel had originally been planned to go up in 1864, but a pledge fell through and it was not built until 1875. It was used jointly by the Theological Seminary and the Academy. Its bell…

Description: The Stone Chapel had originally been planned to go up in 1864, but a pledge fell through and it was not built until 1875. It was used jointly by the Theological Seminary and the Academy. Its bell…

Date: 1885
Description: Built in 1865 to replace the Stone Academy which had burned in 1863, the Old Main Building, as it came to be known, was designed by Mr. Cummings. In April that year every person connected to the…

Creator: Klapes, Jeffrey M. , 1964-
Date: 08-01-2008
Description: Photos show views of the Montrose Chapel located at 292-294 Salem Street on the south side of the street at the corner of Drummer Lane. The Stick Style chapel was built in 1885-86 and dedicated on…[More]

Creator: Klapes, Jeffrey M. , 1964-
Date: 10-21-2007
Description: Photos show views of the chapel in Lakeside Cemetery on North Avenue, on the west shore of Lake Quannapowitt. The cemetery was established in 1846, and the Gothic chapel, designed by architect Edward…[More]