Browse Items (46 total)

  • Tags: Salem

EastChurch.jpg
Creator: Cousins, Frank, 1851-
Date: unknown
Description: Black and white landscape street-view photograph of East Church (Unitarian) erected in 1845 at Washington Square between Brown and Williams Streets at the foot of the Salem Common.

SalemPublicLibrary3.jpg
Creator: Metropolitan News Co. Boston, MA (Germany)
Date: postcard sent 1905-11-07
Description: Black and white print of entrance to Salem Public Library with inscription
Collection: Salem Postcards

SalemPublicLibrary2.jpg
Creator: Henry Kaplan
Date: unknown
Description: Colorized print postcard of entrance to Salem Public Library. Verso description: "Situated at 570 Essex Street. The building was donated to the City by the heirs of Capt. John Bertram and it was…[More]
Collection: Salem Postcards

SouthChurch.jpg
Creator: unknown
Date: unknown (1903 or later)
Description: Photograph of the steeple of South Church of Salem, MA
Collection: Salem Postcards

SalemHarbor.jpg
Creator: unknown
Date: unknown
Description: Early photograph of Salem Harbor
Collection: Salem Postcards

NathanielHawthorne3.jpg
Creator: unknown
Date: 1906-10
Description: Black and white street view photograph of entrance to Nathaniel Hawthorne's birthplace with inscription, postcard sent in October, 1906
Collection: Salem Postcards

NathanielHawthorne2.jpg
Creator: Detroit Photographic Co.
Date: 1900
Description: Colorized print postcard of view of entrance to Nathaniel Hawthorne's birthplace (now located at 27 Hardy Street)
Collection: Salem Postcards

NathanielHawthorne.jpg
Creator: Genuine Curteich, Chicago, IL
Date: unknown
Description: Colorized print postcard of entrance to Birthplace of Nathaniel Hawthorne with portrait of author. Description on back: "Nathaniel Hawthorne was born in the Northwest Chamber in the Second Story of…[More]
Collection: Salem Postcards

SalemClubHouse.jpg
Creator: unknown
Date: unknown
Description: Colorized print of Salem Club House, postcard printed in Germany
Collection: Salem Postcards

CadetArmory.jpg
Creator: Cousins, Frank, 1851-
Date: 1891-1901
Description: Photo of Salem Cadet Armory at 136 Essex St., Salem, erected 1819-1821. Originally built by Capt. Joseph Peabody for his son Augustus, and eventually became the residence of his son Col. Francis…

WitchHouse3.jpg
Creator: The Rotograph Co., New York City (Germany)
Description: Black and white wide shot photograph of the Roger Williams House (Witch House) as it once stood, postcard with inscription.
Collection: Salem Postcards

UniversalistChurch.jpg
Creator: Cousins, Frank, 1851-
Date: Between 1891-1901
Description: Photo shows the Universalist Church on Rust St. in Salem, erected in 1808-1809. In 1805, the first meetings of the Universalist Society were held and by 1807, the membership had grown to 300. Land was…[More]

WitchHouse2.jpg
Creator: Metropolitan News Co. Boston, MA (Germany)
Date: unknown
Description: Colorized print of the Witch House as it once stood
Collection: Salem Postcards

WitchHouse.jpg
Creator: The Hugh C. Leighton Co. Manufacturers, Portland, ME
Date: unknown
Description: Colorized print of Witch House rear, postcard printed in Germany
Collection: Salem Postcards

FirstMeetingHouse.jpg
Creator: S. Langsdorf & Co., New York
Date: unknown
Description: Black and white exterior print of First Meeting House with inscription, postcard printed in Germany
Collection: Salem Postcards

GoodhueHouse.jpg
Creator: The Moulton-Erickson Photo Co.
Date: Between 1891-1901
Description: Photograph of the home of Benjamin Goodhue. Benjamin Goodhue was a Representative and a Senator from Massachusetts, born in Salem, Mass. on September 20, 1748. He graduated from Harvard College in…

HouseofSevenGables3.jpg
Creator: The Hugh C. Leighton Co. Manufacturers, Portland, ME
Date: unknown
Description: Colorized print of the House of Seven Gables exterior, postcard printed in Frankfort (Frankfurt) Germany
Collection: Salem Postcards

OldCrowninshieldHouse.jpg
Creator: The Moulton-Erickson Photo Co.
Date: Between 1891-1901
Description: The Crowninshield-Bentley House is a Colonial house in the Georgian style, located at 126 Essex Street. It is currently owned by the Peabody Essex Museum.

The house was originally built for sea…[More]

RopesMansion3.jpg
Creator: Hebert E. Glasier & Son Co., Boston, Massachusetts
Date: unknown
Description: Wide shot exterior black and white photograph of the Ropes Mansion of Salem, MA,postcard printed in Boston, MA
Collection: Salem Postcards

PioneerVillage7.jpg
Creator: E. Muller & R. Lavender
Date: unknown
Description: Wide shot black and white photo of the exterior of the Governor's house and her garden at Salem Pioneer Village, postcard printed in Sweden
Collection: Salem Postcards