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Miscellaneous Photos of Swansea Massachusetts from the Swansea Historical Archives and the Library of Congress

old house

Images from the Swansea Historical Society archives located at the Main Library and the
Library of Congress archives

unknown view

unknown home (from Swansea Historical Society archives)

 

unknown view (from Swansea Historical Society archives)

old house

old house

Job Gardner house

unknown home (from Swansea Historical Society archives)

unknown home (from Swansea Historical Society archives)

Job Gardner's house, believed to have been built by Lieutenant Col. Peleg Gardner. Destroyed by fire. (from Swansea Historical Society archives)

Main Photo
Abrams Rock

Borden summer home

Great Island

Abram's Rock
located in Village Park (from Swansea Historical Society archives)

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The Borden summer home. 1205 Gardners Neck Road. Owned by Andrew Borden, Father of Lizzie Borden. (from Swansea Historical Society archives)

Great Island, Ocean Grove, Swansea MA, now known as Pleasure Island (and formerly known as Shady Isle) (from Swansea Historical Society archives)

A. Homer Skinner house Milford Road Tavern Milford Road Tavern

Residence of A. Homer Skinner. Gardners Neck Road (at what is now Susan Drive). Circa 1905 (from Swansea Historical Society archives)

Image from Library of Congress - Tavern on Milford Rd. Historic American Buildings Survey, Arthur C. Haskell, Photographer. April, 1934. (b) Ext- General view of building and stable from northeast

Image from Library of Congress - Old Tavern at Rt 6 and Milford Rd. Historic American Buildings Survey, Arthur C. Haskell, Photographer. April, 1934. (a) Ext- General view from northwest

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