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John A Miller House Middleboro MA Built ca 1895

John A Miller House Middleboro MA

Contributing Building - Middleborough Center Historic District - National Register of Historic Places NRIS #00000685 Built ca 1895 Style: Queen Anne

Middleboro, MA Lorenzo's Restaurant Opening and Ribbon Cutting May 13, 1965

Middleboro, MA Lorenzo's Restaurant Opening and Ribbon Cutting May 13, 1965

Lorenzos  Resaurant Middleboro, MA   1966

Middleborough, MA The West Side Whistle House erected in the 1800s Oldest Building associated with the Middleboro Fire Department Middleborough Historical Society.

FIRE ALARM SIGNALING SYSTEM - FIRE ALARM

Fire alarm signaling system - How to install a home alarm. Fire Alarm Signaling System signaling system Signaling System No. 7 (SS7) is a set of telephony signaling protocols which are used to set up most of the world's public switched telephone network telephone calls. The main purpose is to set up and tear down…

snow scene 1930's   Center Street Middleborough, MA

snow scene 1930's Center Street Middleborough, MA

Middleboro, MA The Peirce General Store...Main St now the Police Station (2016)

Middleboro, MA The Peirce General Store...Main St now the Police Station (2016)

Middleboro, MA 2015 Nativity Scene

Middleboro, MA 2015 Nativity Scene

Middleborough,MA  Fine picture of General Tom Thumb

Middleborough,MA Fine picture of General Tom Thumb

Middleboro, MA The Jones block-"There were then at the Corners a general retail store belonging to Peter H. Peirce & Co., and a confectionery store adjoining the site of the present Jones Brothers' block, carried on by Amos Thomas, always known as "Uncle Amos," and later by his son, Deacon Ira Thomas, as a general grocery store; he was succeeded by his son, Ira M. Thomas."

Middleboro, MA The Jones block-"There were then at the Corners a general retail store belonging to Peter H. Peirce & Co., and a confectionery store adjoining the site of the present Jones Brothers' block, carried on by Amos Thomas, always known as "Uncle Amos," and later by his son, Deacon Ira Thomas, as a general grocery store; he was succeeded by his son, Ira M. Thomas."

Middleboro, MA Sunrise 2015 Central Congregational Church

Middleboro, MA Sunrise 2015 Central Congregational Church

Middleboro, MA  Hell's Blazes -2  Built in 1690; it is believed to have been the oldest continuously operating tavern in the nation Another gone icon for Middleboro

Middleboro, MA Hell's Blazes -2 Built in 1690; it is believed to have been the oldest continuously operating tavern in the nation Another gone icon for Middleboro