Brookline Historical Society
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Washington Sq., 1909
[Source: Digital Commonwealth]
Fire Station, Washington Sq.
With first steamer, bought in 1873
Washington Sq. Engine #2 House
Washington St., Washington Sq. In use today. Engine relocated from Devotion Engine House
Washington Sq. Engine #2 House
Team from Washington Sq. Engine #2 Combination 4 House
Across the street from the fire house. 676 Washington St. is to the left, still standing. He tall man with the moustache is identified as Jack Norton.
[Source: Digital Commonwealth]
Washington Sq. Engine #2 Combination 4 House
Washington Sq. Engine #2 Combination 4 House, Snow Plow
Washington Sq. Engine #2 Combination 4 House
From Winthrop Rd., Looking At Corey Hill
Beacon St., West of Marion St., 1887
Looking west at the Clark house (formerly the Otis Withington house), roughly located at today's Lancaster Terrace. At the far left of the photo is Washington Sq.

From the 1887 photo series taken just before the widening of Beacon St.
[Source: Digital Commonwealth]
Beacon St., East of Washington Sq., 1887
Looking east at the Clark house (formerly the Otis Withington house). Today's Lancaster Terrace would be just beyond it.

From the 1887 photo series taken just before the widening of Beacon St.
[Source: Digital Commonwealth]
Beacon St. heading East from Washington Sq.
Corey Hill on the left.
Beacon St., Looking East From Washington St., 1887
In the distance at the top of the hill is the Clark house (formerly the Otis Withington house).

From the 1887 photo series taken just before the widening of Beacon St.
[Source: Digital Commonwealth]
Washington Sq. 1887
Looking east with Beacon St. on the left, Washington St. on the right.

From the 1887 photo series taken just before the widening of Beacon St. This photo contains the mystery man, here standing against the fence, who was posed in a number of the 1887 photos.
[Source: Digital Commonwealth]
Washington Sq., Bartlett Farm
Northest corner of Beacon and Washington
Corey Hill, seen from Aspinwall Hill
Castle-like structure was torn down in 1955
Washington Sq.
Beacon St., Washington Sq., November 1915
[Source: Olmsted]
Washington Sq. Looking West on Beacon St., 1887
Winthrop Rd. is along the top of the hill.
Beacon St., Washington Sq., 1887
Looking West on Beacon, Washington St. going north to the right.

From the 1887 photo series taken just before the widening of Beacon St. This photo contains the mystery man, here sitting on the stone fence, who was posed in a number of the 1887 photos.
[Source: Digital Commonwealth]
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