Posted onAuthorLauren MilioneComments Off on Historic Neighborhood Photo: Lafayette Avenue
The corner of Endicott St. and Lafayette Avenue looking up towards Prince St. circa 1913-1920. Not much has changed other than the giant gas holder at the end of the street!
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