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  • Subject contains "Parks"

Date: [1935-1955]
Description: "Drop anchor at Sailor Tom's. Route 28 Reading, MAss-12 miles north of Boston. Food you like at prices you like to pay. Glad you came folks. Hope you will come again. Thanks a million. …

Date: 1912
Description: Postcard shows a view of the Wakefield Park section in Wakefield's West Side.
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

Date: [1950-1959?]
Description: "Breck's old country store charms thousands of visitors yearly-with its incredible collection of merchandise from an age long lost. Even a cracker barrel and checker board are available to youngsters.…[More]
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

Date: ca. 1895
Description: "The Bandstand on Wakefield's lower Common was built in 1885 in response to a national beautification movement to raise standards for architecture and public space in America. It was built as part of…[More]

Description: Close-up. Flag pole and telephone wire
Collection: Lynn Open Spaces

Description: Oceanside park, now Percy F. Lyons Park, on Lothrop Street at Dane Street. The bath pavilion was destroyed by fire.

Description: Italian Garden at David S. Lynch Memorial Park. Mrs. Marie Evans had the gardens constructed on her estate in 1910 after she removed the home which she rented to President William Howard Taft for…[More]

Description: From from Bay View Avenue looking west toward David S. Lynch Memorial Park

Description: Originally called Queen Park, now called Independence Park. Located on Lothrop Street, between Wilson Avenue and Central Street. At 6 pm on July 17, 1776, Col. John Glover first read the…

Description: Originally called Queen Park, now called Independence Park. Located on Lothrop Street, between Wilson Avenue and Central Street. At 6 pm on July 17, 1776, Col. John Glover first read the…

Description: Originally called Queen Park, now called Independence Park. Located on Lothrop Street, between Wilson Avenue and Central Street. At 6 pm on July 17, 1776, Col. John Glover first read the…

Date: [1960-1969?]
Description: Published for Breck's of Boston.;"Exit 21-A on Route 128, Wakefield, Mass." -- Text from back of postcard.
Collection: Wakefield Postcards

Description: Public Buildings
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: Public Buildings
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: Public Buildings
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: Public Buildings
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides