Streets of Brookline

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Bike Parade, circa 1900, Brookline Village
Looking at the west side of Washington St. across from Station St. This is most likely a Fourth of July parade. The stores pictured were at this location in 1899 and 1900. From left to right:
  • #188, James Terry, Shoe Repair (partial)
  • #192, Thomas Mahon and Sons, Plumbers
  • #194, Flately and Sweeney, Custom Tailors
  • #198, John T. Cahill, Provisions
  • #200, James B. Hand, House Painter and Decorator
  • #208 Washington St., the Chace building, still standing (partial)

Image Courtesy the Brookline Preservation Department