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83 - 89 Washington St., 1912
On the left is a partial view of 91 Washington St., no longer standing. On the right is a partial view of 67-77 Washington St. whose first floor was a garage. Viewed in the rear center are the sign for Milton F. Reynolds, Carpenter, at 65 Kent St. and Brookline Coal on Pearl St. by the train tracks.

An existing building housing a horse-shoeing business and the adjoining vacant land were purchased by Harry E. Chase who constructed the building shown in the middle of the photo is the building at 83-91 Washington St. It and #66-77 were demolished circa 2015.

[Courtesy of the Digital Commonwealth (CC BY-NC-ND). From the Brookline Photograph Collection published by the Public Library of Brookline]