Streets of Brookline

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Colonnade Buildings, Brookline Village, circa 1874
Shown are the first two buildings of the three-building Colonnade group, all still standing. The three stores with awnings, left to right, are:
  • Charles F. Lamb, Dry and Fancy Goods, at 239 Washington St.
  • H. Frank Rich, Books and Stationery, at 235 Washington St. He lived in Brookline and his main store was at 25 West St., Boston. He opened this store in 1873 and there is no record of it past 1874.
  • The apothecary of Charles P. Ladd at 227 Washington St. in the second building

Courtesy, Brookline Public Library. From Photographs of Brookline: taken about 1876 / Richard Hills. Call No.: BROOKLINE/Special (CAGE B.R. 974 H6).