Good Harbor Beach Neighborhood

Good Harbor Beach as it looked in 1939. The houses and the bridge are pretty much the same. The snow - well warmer weather is around the corner. Donna Ardizonni was talking about her desire to go to the beach when it warms up. I hope she's patient!

Good Harbor Beach as it looked in 1939. The houses and the bridge are pretty much the same. The snow – well warmer weather is around the corner. Donna Ardizzoni was talking about her desire to go to the beach when it warms up. I hope she’s patient!

About Fredrik Bodin

Fred Bodin is a photographer who owns a gallery on Main Street in downtown Gloucester, MA. The gallery features Fred's land and seascapes, as well as historic images printed from the old negatives.
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4 Responses to Good Harbor Beach Neighborhood

  1. Fred, it looks almost the same and I did go to the beach yesterday afternoon for a walk..

  2. Dave Moore says:

    Excellent post – Thanks Fred!:-) I talk many times to my mother and glean the history she has a cyoung child that way…Saturday she told me this on the phone. As a youth child went to “Bradstreet Elementary School Bayview 1937-1943” grades 1st-2nd-3rd grades first floor. Second floor was 4th-5th-6th grades, her teacher was Mary Bergstrom and Carrie Sargent taught also old wood stove during winter or coal?

  3. Patti Amaral says:

    It does look the same, so wonderful our beaches, that is why I do the work I do. So Carry In Carry Out you trash and recycling and help us to “Keep Our Home Port Clean”.

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