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
4 Bradford Street Condominium. Members of the Kacergis family could keep an eye on their Provincetown Welding Works by peering Continue reading
That magnificent matriarch in the center of the Fishermen’s Wharf pier shed is Mary Jason (b 1919), whose humble and Continue reading
When Josephine Del Deo documented the out buildings at 7 Bradford Street in 1976, she captioned her photograph: “Johnny Oliver’s Continue reading
The original part of the house — presumably under the gable that faces directly on to Bradford Street — was Continue reading