Sunbeam Farm : Postcard; 2


Sunbeam Farm : Postcard; 2




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Salem Street and Paradise Road, Swampscott, MA, 01907

Shows a front view of the Sunbeam Farm/Sunbeam Inn building taken from a long distance, showing the vegetable stand to the left and farm land to the right. This large building featured two rounded towers at either end of the building, with a flagpole atop each tower. The lower level of the building was made of rough stone and the upper level of brick. Written on the front of the postcard are: "Sunbeam, famous for its cuisine, State Road, Beach Bluff, Mass.";The Sunbeam Inn operated from the 1920's until 1955. It consisted of the main building, which housed a dining room and dance floor, a vegetable stand, a barn and greenhouse, and Gerould's Ice Cream Shop. In 1957 restauranteur Anthony Athanas purchased the property and opened the General Glover Restaurant on the site. The General Glover remained open until the late 1990's.


Sunbeam Farm (Swampscott, Mass.); Sunbeam Inn (Swampscott, Mass.)

Farms -- Massachusetts -- Swampscott -- Pictorial works; Taverns (Inns) -- Massachusetts -- Swampscott -- Pictorial works.

Swampscott (Massachusetts) -- History -- Pictorial works.



Collection :

Swampscott Buildings

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Citation :

"Sunbeam Farm : Postcard; 2," in NOBLE Digital Heritage, Item #7985, (accessed August 21, 2017).