Items in the Watertown Businesses Collection
Town Hall, Lenox Barber Shop and Nourse and Barnard store. [Dry goods, glass, crockery and fancy goods, [near Town Hall]. Joel Barnard Jr. owned the building that housed Nourse and Barnard. Charles Lenox was the flag bearer for the 54th Regiment…
A.McMaster's tailor shop occupied the right hand side of the building. White sign on second floor reads ?GRANT CLUB?. Demolished in 1913. Duplicate 1304 (line # 142) …
Duplicate 1304 (Line #142) AND 1508 (Line #157)
Duplicate 982 (line #116) McLauthlin's Bookstore and Joe Torres' peanut stand. Note the policeman and people in the upstairs window.
Coolidge Tavern, corner of Galen and Watertown Streets. Kept by widow Dorothy Coolidge in 1775, demolished in 1918 to provide space for mass-transit car barns. George Washington had tea here but did not like it. In his diary, he wrote "Thursday…
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