Browse Items (10 total)

  • Subject contains "Stores, retail"

Date: 1885
Description: "In the autumn of 1875, Nathaniel Everett Cutler and his brother, David C. Cutler, leased a portion of the lower floor of the Wakefield Building for their 'modern' grocery and grain business. Cutler…[More]

Date: 1940?
Description: The General Glover Inn, formerly the General's private residence, stood at the intersection of Salem and Tedesco Streets.--from Swampscott, Massachusetts : celebrating 150 years, 1852-2002, Swampscott…[More]
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1938
Description: The Holden Block was located at 128-136 Humphrey Street at the corner of Redington Street. George H. Holden's Grocery and Hardware Store dates from before the turn of the century and originally took…[More]
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1945?
Description: "Martin's Fish Market was established in 1902 originally it was Martin and Durgin at 436 Humphrey Street. The fish market remained in operation until 1966. The gift shop began after 1942 and was…[More]
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1900?
Description: "A mother and son [in a horse-drawn carriage] on Humphrey Street, approaching the intersection of Blaney Street. Behind them is Tucker's Market and J.L. Taylor's Barber Shop."--from Swampscott,…
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1930?
Description: "Humphrey at the corner of Redington Street [approximately 1930] shows the variety of businesses to be found. At 146 Humphrey Street is Saint Clair's Restaurant (later the site of Eatons' Drug…
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1902
Description: Exterior view of Jennie Robinson's Store showing a woman [the proprietor] posing in front of the door.
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Date: 1896
Description: Caverly's Grocery store later became the Railroad Avenue Professional Building--from Swampscott, Massachusetts : celebrating 150 years, 1852-2002, Swampscott Historical Commission, 2002.
Collection: Swampscott Buildings

Description: J. F. Kilham store, 87 Rantoul Street.