It probably goes without saying that Mrs. Elder was one of the oldest residents of Provincetown. But she had a Continue reading
Marine Hall. Village Hall was built in 1832 as a secular meeting place. It was renamed Marine Hall after Marine Continue reading
This was that increasingly rare thing: a plain mid-19th-century house in an increasingly conspicuous part of town. David “Dixie” Federico Continue reading
There is so much distance between Bradford and Commercial Streets downtown that there is room for a middle tier of Continue reading
Misty Harbor Condominium | AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod. Less than a decade and a half after its first Continue reading
Romeo’s Holiday. With its pink facade, the eight-room Romeo’s Holiday guest house is easy enough to see from across the Continue reading
This part of Bradford Street runs generally northeast-by-north, about 0.30 mile, from Winslow Street to Johnson Street.
Provincetown had hand-cranked telephones until 1938, when 100 Bradford was built as the switching center for the New England Telephone Continue reading