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  • Subject contains "Parks"

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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: Entrance the estate of Robert and Marie Evans who rented President Taft the Stetson Cottage as the Summer White House for the years 1909 and 1910. Now David S. Lynch Memorial Park, 55 Ober Street.

Description: Oceanside park, now Percy F Lyons Park, on Lothrop Street at Dane Street

Description: Oceanside park, now Percy F Lyons Park, on Lothrop Street at Dane Street

Description: Oceanside park, now Percy F Lyons Park, on Lothrop Street at Dane Street

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

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

Description: Dane Street and Percy F. Lyons Park, showing the old bathing pavilion

Creator: Braun, Gustav F.
Date: 1908
Description: Baseball at Glendale Park, Ferry and Elm St.

Date: 10-21-1999
Description: It showed that the Town of Danvers appreciated all that he accomplished for the town and the people of Danvers. It was a fitting tribute.

Description: After removal of poles
Collection: Lynn Open Spaces

Description: Before removal of telephone poles
Collection: Lynn Open Spaces

Date: 1890?
Description: View towards west, about 1890 (?)
Collection: Lynn Open Spaces