Brookline Historical Society

St. Paul's Church, circa 1888
Aspinwall House is on the far right, torn down 1891. St. Paul St. looking north to the left, Aspinwall Ave. to the right.
[Source: Digital Commonwealth]
St. Pauls Episcopal Church, 1912
Aspinwall Ave. to the right
St. Paul's Church
Aspinwall Ave. to the right, looking east; St Paul St to the left.
Aspinwall Ave. & St. Paul St., St. Paul's Church
Aspinwall Ave. to the right, looking east
Coolidge Corner Universalist Church
Built 1906; Coolidge Corner Theater today
M.E. Church, 2 Cypress St.
No longer standing. Cypress St. to the right, Washington St., looking south, to the left.
Brookline Village, Harvard Congregational Church, aka the Bethany Sunday School, built 1844
Washington St. facing the mouth of Cypress St.; School St. to the right
Baptist Church, Harvard St., 1897
Western side of Harvard St. just north of fork with Washington St. Church is at the corner of Pierce St. #14 Harvard St. just visible to the left.
Church, Beacon St.
Between Washington Sq. and Cleveland Circle
St. Mark's Church, Park St.
Park St. in front, Vernon St on the right
Baptist Church, Beacon & Park Sts.
All Saint's Church
Beacon St. and Dean Rd.
St. Mary of the Assumption Church, Built 1886
Corner of Harvard St. and Linden St. Built to serve newly immigrated Irish Catholics.
Priests, likely from St. Mary of the Assumption Church
St. Aidan's Church
Freeman St. , built 1912
Harvard Congregational Church; Erected 1873
Corner Marion St. and Harvard St.
Harvard Congregational Church, Harvard St. South of Coolidge Corner
Church of St. Lawrence, 774 Boylston St.
Second Roman Catholic church to open (1897) in Brookline. Boylston St. west of Chestnut Hill Ave.
St. Lawrence Catholic Church, 1907
774 Boylston St. Just west of Chestnut Hill Ave.
Sears Chapel, Longwood Area
Before the creation of Chapel St. and Longwood Station. David Sears house (now divided into townhouses) at the corner of Hawes & Colchester visible to the right
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