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Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum Collection

Showing all archives in the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum collection, Historic buildings--Massachusetts-Provincetown subject
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  • John R. Smith Scrapbook
    This is a collection of photographs taken by photographer John R. Smith who was born in 1859 and...
    Format: Photo
    Subjects: Airships, Architecture, domestic--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Atlantic Fisherman, Boat ramps, Boathouses, Boats and boating, Bradford Street (Provincetown, Mass.), Cape Cod (Mass.) History, Cape Cod houses, Center Methodist Episcopal Church (Provincetown, Mass.), Churches, Cold Storages, Commercial Street (Provincetown, Mass.), Crowds, Dedication Services, Docks, East End (Provincetown, Mass.), Fire houses, Fires, Fish trade--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Fisheries--Massachusetts--Provincetown--History, Fishermen, Fishes, Fishing, Fishing boats--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Fishing nets, Fishing villages, Fishing villages--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Freemasons, Gosnold Street (Provincetown, Mass.), Harbors, Harbors--Provincetown--Mass, High Pole Hill (Provincetown, Mass.), High Schools--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Highland Light, Historic Districts--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Historic buildings--Massachusetts-Provincetown, Lifesaving, Lifesaving stations--Massachusetts, Lifesaving stations--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Mackerel fishing, Military history, Mooring of ships, Peaked Hill Bars Station, Province Lands--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Provincelands, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--19th century, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--20th century, Provincetown Volunteer Fire Department, Sailing ships, Salt industry and trade-Provincetown, Massachusetts, Schools, Schooners, Seamen's Bank, Shipwrecks, Shipwrecks--Massachusetts--Cape Cod region, Shipwrecks--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Town Center (Provincetown, Mass.), Town Crier, Town Hall, United States. Life-Saving Service, Waterfronts, West End (Provincetown, Mass.), Wharfs, Windstorms--Massachusetts--History--19th century, Smith, John R., Business, Masonic Place (Provincetown, Mass.), Ryder Street (Provincetown, Mass.)
  • Pilgrim Monument Collection - scrapbook circa 1940's
    This is a collection of newspaper articles from the 1940's compiled into a scrapbook now in the...
    Format: Newsprint
    Subjects: Architecture, domestic--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Arctic regions, Arctic regions Discovery and exploration, Art, Atlantic herring fishing, Barnstable County (Mass.) History, Boats and boating, Cape Cod (Mass.) History, Childbirth, Churches, Drowning, Explorers, Families, Fires, Fish trade--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Fish trapping, Fisheries--Massachusetts--Provincetown--History, Fishermen, Fishes, Fishing, Fishing boats--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Fishing nets, Fishing villages, Fishing villages--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Freemasons, Harbors, Harbors--Provincetown--Mass, Historic Districts--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Historic buildings--Massachusetts-Provincetown, Local government -- Massachusetts -- Provincetown, Mackerel fishing, Marriage, Military history, Mothers, Nautilus Club (Provincetown, MA), North Pole, Provincetown (Mass.) -- Politics and government, Provincetown (Mass.) Board of Selectmen, Provincetown (Mass.) Selectmen, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--20th century, Provincetown Volunteer Fire Department, Schools, Wharfs, MacMillan, Donald B., Vorse, Mary Heaton, Business, Hurricanes
  • Scrapbook - Provincetown and Cape Cod Book 1
    Scrapbook of "Provincetown and the Cape" of unknown origin titled "Book 1"...
    Format: Newsprint
    Subjects: Cape Playhouse, The, Center Methodist Episcopal Church (Provincetown, Mass.), Churches, Fishermen, Fishers, Fishing, Harbors--Provincetown--Mass, High Schools--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Highland Light, Highland Light (U.S), Historic buildings--Massachusetts-Provincetown, Mayflower II (Ship), Murchison House, Peaked Hill Bars Station, Pilgrim Monument, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--20th century, Sailors, Theater--Massachusetts--Provincetown--History--20th Century, Theaters, Town Center (Provincetown, Mass.), Town Crier, Truro (Mass.)--History--20th century, Unitarian Universalist Meeting House, Nixon, Richard Milhouse, Business
  • Scrapbook - Provincetown and Cape Cod Book 3
    Scrapbook of "Provincetown and Cape Cod" of unknown origin titled "Book 3". ...
    Format: Newsprint
    Subjects: Advertising fliers, Architecture, domestic--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Arctic regions Discovery and exploration, Art, Barnstable County (Mass.) History, Beachcombers Club, Boats and boating, Bowdoin (Ship), Cape Cod (Mass.) History, Captains, Center Methodist Episcopal Church (Provincetown, Mass.), Commercial Street (Provincetown, Mass.), Crowds, Death, Dune Shacks--Peaked Hill Bars Historic District, Explorers, Families, Fires, Gosnold Street (Provincetown, Mass.), Historic buildings--Massachusetts-Provincetown, Mayflower II (Ship), Nautilus Club (Provincetown, MA), North Pole, Peaked Hill Bars Station, Poetry, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--17th Century, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--18th century, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--19th century, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--20th century, Provincetown Players, Research Club (Provincetown, Mass.), Salt industry and trade-Provincetown, Massachusetts, Stores/Business (Provincetown, Mass.), Unitarian Universalist Meeting House, Hunt, Peter, Kemp, Harry, MacMillan, Donald B., MacMillan, Miriam, Murchison, Dr. Carl, Vorse, Mary Heaton, Hurricanes
  • "Provincetown on Cape Cod", a tourist guide (circa 1940's)
    A tourist booklet presented by the Town Criers, Subsidiary Board of Trade, Provincetown, MA....
    Format: Newsprint
    Subjects: Advertising, Advertising fliers, Barnstable County (Mass.) History, Cape Cod (Mass.) History, Cape Cod houses, Commercial Street (Provincetown, Mass.), Fishing villages, Historic buildings--Massachusetts-Provincetown, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--20th century, Town Crier, Business
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