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Centre St.
Looking northwest from Shailer St. #75 Centre St., still standing, is the first house on the right.
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Coolidge St.
Viewed from Winchester St.
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Coolidge St.
Looking northeast from Harvard St.
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Fuller St.
Viewed from Harvard St.
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Shailer St.
Looking northeast from Centre St. All the houses in the foreground remain standing. #69 Center St. is on the left corner, #61 Center St. on the right corner.
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Naples Rd.
Looking northeast from Harvard St. The first house has been replaced with a store but the rest of the street remains largely unchanged.
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Beacon St. at St Paul St.
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Alton Place
Viewed from St. Paul St. #64 Alton Place on the corner.
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Monmouth Court, East Side
Looking north toward Monmouth St.
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Monmouth Court, West Side
Looking south at numbers 19 - 27.
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Monmouth St.
Looking east toward St. Mary's St. Numbers 71, 73, 75, 77 are visible.
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Beech Rd.
Looking west from Hawes St. #26 Beech Rd. is on the left, still standing.
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Beech Rd.
Looking east from Kent St. In the foreground is the house of William H. Lincoln at 60 Beech Rd. followed by 48 Beech Rd., neither are still standing. The third house, 42 Beech Rd., is still standing.
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Williams St.
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Williams St.
Looking east from Centre St., Harvard St. in the distance. Houses on the right at 24 and 16 Williams are still standing.
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Beacon St. Between Carlton and St. Mary’s Streets
The north side of Beacon St. between Carlton and St. Mary’s. On the left is the house at #1032. Of the brownstones, roughly numbers 1012 to 1020, only the second one from the left, #1018, remains today, an odd sentinel surrounded by one-story businesses.
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St. Paul St.
Looking north from Aspinwall Ave. On the left side, from left to right, numbers 30 and 40 can be partially viewed, no longer standing. In the distance on the right the triple decker of 43-45 St. Paul St. can be glimpsed, still standing.
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Beals St.
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1396 - 1408 Beacon St.
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Sewall Ave.
Looking west on Sewall Ave. from St Paul St. None of the houses on the left side remain. On the right, from right to left, all on Sewall Ave:
  • #82, no longer standing
  • #76 with the unique entrance, still standing
  • #70 is barely differentiated from #76, it is still standing
  • #64, no longer standing
  • Charles St. enters, not visible
  • White house
  • Second Unitarian Society Parish House

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