Frank B. Fratus was one of eight Provincetown men killed in World War I. Two decades after the armistice, with Continue reading
Wagon Wheels. Alfred “Fall River” Perry, originally Perreira, opened the Wagon Wheels diner shortly after World War II, Joseph Andrews Continue reading
Dairy Queen. Joe “The Barber” Ferreira opened “probably the only Dairy Queen franchise in America that served kale soup,” Amy Continue reading
Victor’s | West Vine Condominiums. “Victor’s” it says, referring to the restaurant here. But the sign could almost be applied Continue reading
This part of Bradford Street runs generally northeast-by-north, about 0.30 mile, from Nickerson Street to Central Street.
Chelsea Earnest Memorial Playground. The Nautilus Club, an influential women’s civic group, was deeply involved in efforts at the mid-20th Continue reading
Former Mary Spaghetti’s. From the 1940s through the 1960s, this shack was Mary’s Snack Bar — better known as Mary Continue reading
Provincetown Welding Works | 3 Bradford Street Condominium. The amazingly animate yard of the Provincetown Welding Works looks like a Continue reading