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  • Subject contains "Rivers"

Date: 1890
Description: "The notation on the back of the photograph identifies the scene as the 'South River Fish Runway, Montrose' and the bridge as the 'bridge on the old road, north of the present street.' The writer…

Description: Public Buildings
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: Old Iron Works, Rt. 1
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Description: United Shoe Pond on McKay Street. The pond was created by the United Shoe Machinery Company when it dammed the Bass River to create the reservoir.

Description: United Shoe Pond on McKay Street. The pond was created by United Shoe Machinery when it dammed the Bass River to create the reservoir.

Description: United Shoe Pond on McKay Street. The pond was created by United Shoe Machinery Corporation when the Bass River was dammed to create the reservoir.

Description: This picture is of Salter's Point taken from across the Bass River at Gillis Park, not Bates Park, which is farther west. Salter's Point was named for the colonial era salt works located there.

Description: This picture is of Salter's Point taken from across the Bass River at Gillis Park, the river is the Bass River. Salter's Point was named for the colonial era salt works located there.

Description: "From the Green lands looking north toward the lands of William King.

Description: "From Ward One Playground, looking west. William Ryal hewed timber on these shores, 1630."

Description: "The small point of land was the first landing place of the Salem Ferry. The Path of the old Planters following the line of the willow trees was the first travelled way on the 'Cape Ann Side of Bass…[More]

Description: View of the Bass River looking west from near McPherson Drive.

Description: Bass River with Hall-Whitaker Bridge and Green's Hill in the background.