Streets of Brookline

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Brookline Village, circa 1910
Washington St., looking west toward Boylston St. From left to right:
  • [108 Washington St.] a partial view of Frank Fine, florist
  • [34 Walnut St.] J. Edward Kirker, Real Estate (sign on roof)
  • [38 Walnut St.] Marks Bergstein, tailor
  • [40 Walnut St.] Eagle Hand Laundry
  • [Walnut & High] the Union Building which housed the Brookline Friendly Society
  • [140 Washington St.] New fire station completed in 1908 and still in use today
  • Inbound trolley
  • [#166 Washington St.] The Brookline Print sign visible on the Guild Block building

From the collection of Joel Shield