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Page 215, North Main Street
  • Court houses, Government buildings, State houses
  • Images of "The Old Court House", formerly known as Colony House (1761-1776), State House (1776-1901) and the court house thereafter
Page 214, North Main Street
  • Houses, Quaker meeting houses
  • Clipping with image of the Quaker Meeting House on the corner of Meeting and North Main Streets (1724) and photograph of Captain John Updike's house (c. 1767) at 127 North Main Street
Page 216, North Main Street
  • Cities & towns, Court houses, Government buildings, Houses, People, Streets
  • Clipping with image of North Main Street circa 1870, including the Colony House and Benjamin Cushing house before being moved to North Court Street
Page 218, North Main Street
  • Capitol buildings, Court houses, Cupolas, Government buildings, Towers
  • Image of Old State House and Old Court House (Colony House), erected in 1761.
Page 157, Hartford Avenue
  • Abandoned buildings, Demolished buildings, Houses, Housing developments, Trees
  • Images of the Arnold house at 359 Harford Avenue, left abandoned before it was demolished to make way for the Hartford Avenue housing development project
Page 4, Abbott Street
  • Demolished buildings, Historic buildings, Houses, Meeting houses, Taverns
  • Clippings describing the Roger Mowry house (1653) and the Whipple or Abbott House
Page 9, Angell Street
  • Apartment houses, House buying, Houses
  • Clipping announcing the sale of the 12-room, 3-apartment house at 36 Angell Street (1782) and a photograph of 64 Angell Street
Page 34, Benefit Street
  • Architectural decorations & ornaments, Houses, Trees
  • Images of houses at 42-44, 49, and 56 Benefit Street, including the Jabez Gorham house and the D.L. Barnes house (c. 1814)
Page 56, Benefit Street
  • Churches, Congregational churches, Doors & doorways, Houses, Meeting houses
  • Images of 282 Benefit Street, the Torcher House (1823) and the Congregational Church at the corner of College Street and Benefit Street. Town house 1793-1832.
Page 193, Meeting Street
  • Houses
  • Images of houses on Meeting Street
Page 194, Meeting Street
  • Bushes, Fire escapes, Houses, Trees
  • Images of houses and yards on Meeting Street
Page 197, Nelson Street
  • Bicycles & tricycles, Bushes, Hedges (Plants), Houses, Trees
  • Image of house at 194 Nelson Street