Brookline Historical Society
Corey Hill

View Northeast From Chestnut Hill Reservoir
  • [Lower Left] The curve of Beacon St. as it goes around the reservoir
  • [Lower Right] The railroad way roughly representing the border between Brighton and Brookline now used by the MBTA D line
  • [Upper Left] Brighton
  • [Middle] Beacon St. running from left to right
  • [Upper Center] Corey Hill
  • [Far Right] Large white house on Chestnut Hill Ave.

[Source: Digital Commonwealth]
View From Corey Hill
Looking toward Allston-Brighton
[Source: Brookline Public Library]
View From Corey Hill
Identification pending.
[Source: Brookline Public Library]
Aerial View, Corey Hill, 1925
[Source: Digital Commonwealth]
Beacon St. & Summit Ave., 1887
Looking west on Beacon St. to the left, Elizabeth F. Raymond mansion in the center, Summit Ave to the right.

From the 1887 photo series taken just before the widening of Beacon St., most likely by Augustine H. Folsom, a Boston photographer.
[Source: Digital Commonwealth]
Corey Hill Hospital, 1900s
Corey Hill Hospital, 1918
Top of Summit Ave. near Brighton border
69 Summit Ave., 1888
Residence of John Knox Marshall, house is still standing.
Summit Ave., 1888
Residence of Henry B. Eager, #72 (approx.) on Summit, no longer standing.
U. S. Army Influenza Epidemic Camp, September 24, 1918
Top of Summit Ave., looking north to the left. In the upper right is 141 Summit Ave., no longer standing.

See also: Brookline in the Flu Pandemic of 1918-19
[Source: National Archives]
U. S. Army Influenza Epidemic Camp, September 24, 1918
Top of Summit Ave., looking northeast toward Harvard St.

See also: Brookline in the Flu Pandemic of 1918-19
[Source: National Archives]
U. S. Army Influenza Epidemic Camp, October, 1918


See also: Brookline in the Flu Pandemic of 1918-19
[Source: National Archives]
U. S. Army Influenza Epidemic Camp, 1918
Top of Summit Ave., looking north. The house at 186 Summit Ave., still standing, is in the rear.

See also: Brookline in the Flu Pandemic of 1918-19
[Source: Brookline Preservation Department]
U. S. Army Influenza Epidemic Camp, 1918
Top of Summit Ave., looking north.

See also: Brookline in the Flu Pandemic of 1918-19
[Source: Brookline Preservation Department]
Summit Ave., 1888
Residence of George Francis Fabyan, at the top of Summit Ave., no longer standing.
101 Summit Ave., 1888
Residence of Jerome Jones, still standing.
Looking toward Allston From Corey Hill, 1876
Corey Hill, 1900s
York Terrace, looking southwest
Corey Hospital
Brooks Hospital, 227 Summit Ave.
Buildings still standing.
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