THEN and NOW – Main Street (1873)

Before photo and information Submitted by Fred Bodin:

51 Main Street (Cafe Bishco is there now).

West End of Main Street buildings, including the Cape Ann Savings Bank and the YMCA.

The second floor of the bank building became Gloucester’s first YMCA in 1858, one of the oldest Y’s in the U.S. The first YMCA was established in Boston in the Old South Church.

 

YMCA

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About Manuel F. Simoes

Retired Business Software Consultant
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One Response to THEN and NOW – Main Street (1873)

  1. Tracie says:

    Manny, don’t stop these Then and Now photos! Luv them!

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