Streets of Brookline


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Brookline Village, Mid 1930s
This is one of three photos taken of this block. Looking at the north side of Lower Washington St. This is one of three photos taken of this block. From left to right:
  • The Davis Candy Shop at 121 Washington St., partial view
  • The Village Spa at 115 Washington St., run by the Rozantes family who lived upstairs above the store.
  • The Lyceum Hall Pharmacy at 113 Washington St. maintained by Emanuel de Vicq since 1898.
  • A car advertising Brick Bradford, a science-fiction comic strip in Bostonís Daily Record newspaper
  • The small awning and projecting sign of Mullaney's Tobacco Store at 111 Washington St.
  • OíReillyís Lunch at 109 Washington St.
  • The truck of A. Burkhardt is from a family firm, now called Burkhardt Bros. Moving and Storage, that was started in 1888 and is still in business today.


[Courtesy of Historic New England]