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  • Subject contains "Commercial buildings"

Description: View looking east on Broadway towards Cabot Street. Odd Fellows Building is at the bottom of the street.

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

Description: Endicott Building, 155 Cabot Street. Built by Prince Ober, general contractor.

Description: Executive office for President William Howard Taft, 240 Cabot Street, when the summer White House was in Beverly. The building was destroyed by fire August 10, 1954. For one year, the office was…[More]

Description: President William Howard Taft's Executive Office, 2nd floor, 240 Cabot Street. The building was destroyed by fire August 10, 1954.

Description: Odd Fellows' Building, 188 Cabot Street

Description: Odd Fellows' Building, 188 Cabot Street

Date: 1909
Description: Executive Office of President William Howard Taft, 2nd floor, 240 Cabot Street. The building was destroyed by fire August 10, 1954.

Creator: Christensen, Harold (photographer)
Date: 1928

Description: "Pierce Street. Business established in 1846." -- From the album containing the photograph

Description: "Highland Street. The building in the foreground is still standing and is a private home." -- From the album containing the photograph

Description: "D. H. Kendall and company, established circa 1840, Salem Street." -- From the album containing the photograph

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

Date: 1886
Description: "Berkeley Street, 1886, shoe manufacturers." -- From the album containing the photograph

Date: 1876
Description: "Prescott Street. 1876, paper boxes and hairbrushes." -- From the album containing the photograph

Date: 1860-1899
Description: "Salem Street. Business circa 1874. Neckties." -- From the album containing the photograph