• Created Date
  • 1900
  • Description
  • Black and white photo of Acushnet Avenue, New Bedford, Massachusetts, looking north from William Street. Stone and wood frame buildings on either side of cobblestone street; numerous carriages parked on sides of street; horse-drawn carriages moving in both directions; large telephone/telegraph poles on left side of street, with shorter poles on right side. Store fronts with awnings drawn at right; apothecary's mortar and pestle sign outside on... more
    Black and white photo of Acushnet Avenue, New Bedford, Massachusetts, looking north from William Street. Stone and wood frame buildings on either side of cobblestone street; numerous carriages parked on sides of street; horse-drawn carriages moving in both directions; large telephone/telegraph poles on left side of street, with shorter poles on right side. Store fronts with awnings drawn at right; apothecary's mortar and pestle sign outside one structure. Buildings at left include stables, horse-shoer R.T. Refuse, office of Five Cent Savings Bank with playbills pasted on side for productions including "Coal" and "The Count of Monte Cristo." Mounted on off-white cardboard with location inscribed on back. Item caption: Acushnet Ave., New Bedford, MA. George H. Reynolds to the New Bedford Free Public Library. less
  • Format
  • Photographs
    Photographic prints
  • Rights
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