Please refer to the Provincetown Encyclopedia.
The centerpiece of Town Green is Signing the Compact, better known as the Bas Relief. The park and monument date Continue reading
Twenty-year-old Coxswain Joseph Lawrence Reis of the United States Navy was on home leave at 19 Standish Street in May Continue reading
On 6 April 1945, one month before V-E Day in World War II — just one month! — 1st Lt. Continue reading
Twenty-one-year-old (Thomas) Everett McQuillan, a first class seaman in the U.S. Naval Reserve, was “the first of our Provincetown lads Continue reading
It’s fitting that Jesse Arnold Silva Square is near the Bradford Street Basketball Court, since basketball was one of Jesse’s Continue reading
Charles Darby Memorial. The East Battery, near the lighthouse, is where the Beachcombers erected their memorial to Staff Sgt. Charles Continue reading
Provincetown Municipal Airport | John Van Arsdale Memorial. “Old Man Van,” John C. Van Arsdale Sr. (1919-1997), quite truly put Continue reading