I took this picture to use up some film in March, 1962, and only rediscovered it by accident later. Several of the buildings destroyed by urban renewal can be seen here - the red tenement house known in the 19th century as "Gale's Cabbage" (Mr. Gale was a tailor. The bits of fabric tailors got to keep after orders were complete were called "cabbage", and it was implied that he built the house with profits he squeezed from his customers.) The long low white building at the center of the picture was on the corner of Main St. Extension and Sandwich St., and housed Wood's Fish Market, Bliss Hardware, and A. R. Parker's Ice Cream. Just beyond is the Old Colony Theater, then still a functioning movie theater. Note that the parking lot is level with the street, where today the street is several feet higher.