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Modesty — that most appealing characteristic of old Provincetown — is evident in this 1960 home, which sits on a lot that extends one-fifth of a mile northward, all the way to the old Old Colony Railroad right-of-way. Hard to believe it was the home of William F. Silva (b ±1898), the executive officer and treasurer of the Seamen’s Savings Bank who built its current headquarters, and his wife, Emma Silva (b ±1901). The Dillon family of Germantown, Md., has owned the property since 1982.

¶ Last updated on 27 November 2016.


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