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#91, 93 Washington St., Circa 1900
From left to right:
  • Entrance to Pearl St.
  • 93 Washington St., Benjamin F. Baker, Sign Painter
  • 91 Washington St., Thomas Nagle, horse shoeing and Carriage Work. Thomas Nagle emigrated from Ireland in 1872, married in Brookline in 1874, and opened his shop here circa 1876. Visible on the front of the stable is a sign for his son, Luke T. Nagle, who became a veterinarian circa 1899.
  • The top of mansard-roofed house that still stands at 49 Kent St.
  • Houses on Pearl St.

[Courtesy of the Digital Commonwealth (CC BY-NC-ND). From the Brookline Photograph Collection published by the Public Library of Brookline]