Photo — “Gromshawe House, 1906”
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In another “then and now” photo, today we visit Salem Massachusetts and the Grimshawe House. It’s seen better times, looking at the photo from today. Next door is the Old Burying Point Cemetery, opened in 1637 and resting place of several Salem notables, including Witch Trial judge Bartholomew Gedney. [GOOGLE MAPS]
Salem, Massachusetts, circa 1906. “The Grimshawe House.” A pleasant street where the neighbors are quiet and have deep roots in the community. 6½ x 8½ inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.
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