City Hall, Beverly, Mass.


City Hall, Beverly, Mass.


New York, NY : S. Langsdorf & Co.


City Hall, 191 Cabot Street, as it appeared before the 4th floor was removed in the 1930's. City Hall was built as a private residence by Andrew Cabot in 1783, later owned by Capt. Moses Brown, who sold it to Israel Thorndike. Thorndike entertained Pres. James Monroe here. The Town bought the building in 1841 for a Town Hall.


Thorndike, Israel, 1755-1832 -- Homes and haunts.;Cabot, Andrew, 1750-1791 -- Homes and haunts.

City Hall (Beverly, Mass.); Cabot Street (Beverly, Mass.)

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Beverly Postcard Collection

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Citation :

"City Hall, Beverly, Mass.," in NOBLE Digital Heritage, Item #11294, (accessed August 20, 2017).