Please refer to the Provincetown Encyclopedia.
It’s Hubert’s. It’s Hubert’s was, indeed, Hubert’s — Hubert Summers, in point of fact. Summers and his wife, Laura, opened Continue reading
Old Colony Railroad Passenger Depot. For better or worse, Provincetown was firmly joined to the mainland on 23 July 1873, Continue reading
Old Colony Railroad Freight Depot. Provincetown was firmly joined to the mainland in 1873, when the Old Colony Railroad inaugurated Continue reading
Duarte’s Mall. The Old Colony depot saw a second life as a bus station in the 1940s. In 1950, Joseph Continue reading
Provincetown Brewing Company. That an old automotive garage is now a craft brewery taproom — having been a market for Continue reading
Garden of Angels. You might not know it to look at this plain, cinder-block, two-car garage, but the “Garden of Continue reading
A terrific vestige of early times, this three-quarter Cape is known as the King’s Highway Stagecoach Stop and is said Continue reading