Additional Bygone Plymouth Scenes Not Included in
Images of America: Plymouth and Plymouth Labor and Leisure (Arcadia Press). These images were taken by Howard Barnes, and provided through the generosity of his niece, Helen Belcher.


manomet school Site

Site of the new Manomet Elementary School, Manomet Point Road, Jan. 1952


Beach House

The Beach House at Plymouth Beach, about where the guard house is today. Note that the cement breakwater stops here and there is no parking lot where Sandy's is today. January 1952

Town Square 1942
Town Square, November 29. 1942


Christmas Day on Main Street, 1965

Elks in water 1950
Elks Convention and others, enjoying the Plymouth shore near the State Wharf,
August 1950

Sconony to Mobile 1951

The corner of Court Street and North Park Ave (3A & 44), as the Socony station was switching to Mobile. Note Plymouth Mills to left, homes on Park Ave to right.
July 1951

North St Elm
A North Street elm &
Plymouth loses another of its great elms (1948 and December 1971)

  Universalist Church-Barnes House

The east side of the Universalist Church on Carver Street (next to the Barnes House, right) just before
it was torn down in December, 1938.

Barnes garage 1951
The Barnes' new garage on Carver Street on site of Universalist Church (1822-1938), July 1951. Note backs of Memorial Press building (left) and Middle Street house, now gone.
  Middle st backs
Another view of the Middle Street backs before the garage was built, July 1950.
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