Pictures: Weymouth History

Schooner at the Rhines Lumber Yard in Weymouth Landing. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Schooner “Edna Hoyt” at Bradley Fertilizer Company. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Launching of the “Haroldine” at Hunt’s Hill (1884). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Schooner “Good Intent”. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Bicknell Square (early 1990s). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Bicknell Square (1940s). Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Bicknell Square. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Cottages at Great Hill (about 1920). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
View from Great Hill (1976). Source: Digital Commonwealth
Thomas’ Corner. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
J.W. Bartlett’s Store at Sea Street. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
First Church in Weymouth, aka North Church. Source: Digital Commonwealth
North Weymouth Yacht Club and Fore River. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Edison Plant in North Weymouth. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Edison Plant (1924). Source: Digital Commonwealth
Fore River Bridge. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Air view showing the Quincy-Weymouth Fore River Bridge, Edison Plant, and Cities Service Oil Company. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Third style of Fore River Bridge (1935). Source: South Shore Historical Society
Fore River Bridge near the beginning of the 20th century. Source: MassDOT
Sea Street. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan North
Wessagusset Beach. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Lovell’s Grove. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Lovell’s Grove. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Fort Point and Bradley Fertilizer Company. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Great Hill. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
View at Fort Point. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Tirrell’s Shoe Factory at Pleasant and Central Streets. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Sheehy’s Shoe Shop at Broad Street. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Spear Shoe Factory. Source: Town of Weymouth
Holbrook & Burrell’s Shoe Factory at Lovell’s Corner. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
M.C. Dizers Shoe Factory at corner of Madison, Filomena, and Broad Streets. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Edwin Clapp & Sons Shoe Factory at Charles Street. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Stetson Shoe Company. Source: William and Elaine Pepe
Stetson Shoe Company (1919). Source: Digital Commonwealth
Sole Selection Room at Stetson Shoe Company (1961). Source: Digital Commonwealth
Sole selection room at Stetson Shoe Company. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Stitching room at Stetson Shoe Company. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Stetson Shoe Company (about 1972). Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
John Bicknell House on Sea Street. The oldest house in Weymouth, c. 1650. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Old North Church, parsonage, and schoolhouse. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Abigail Adams’ homestead as it looked at Bridge Street (early 1990s). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Abigail Adams Birthplace. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Abigail Adams’ Birthplace at Norton Street (1990s). Source: Town of Weymouth
Bela Pratt’s Toll House, or Old Stone Toll House at Washington Street (ca. 1800s). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Arnold's Tavern at Commercial Street. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Rice's Tavern at 840 Broad Street, now Peck’s Funeral Home. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Shaw’s Tavern & Hostelry at Main Street. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Hovey Tavern at Pond and Thicket Streets. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Mason Temple at Broad Street. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Cotton Tufts Jr.’s homestead. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Emery Estate, replica of Mount Vernon, at 790 Commercial Street. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Town house and first high school. Source: Digital Commonwealth
First town house at Middle and Washington Streets. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Early fireman’s muster. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Weymouth Fire Company and “Amazon” Fire Engine. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Weymouth Fire Company and “Defender” Fire Engine. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Weymouth Fire Company and “Union” Fire Engine. Source: Digital Commonwealth
“General Putnam,” hand-pumper fire engine at Nash’s Corner Station #4 (1880). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
“The Conqueror,” fire engine at South Weymouth Station # 5 (about 1872). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Weymouth Fire Department ladder #5. Source: Digital Commonwealtl
Fire Hose Company #5 (1900). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Weymouth Fire Department. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Gasoline tank explosion (1932). Source: Digital Commonwealth
First police station built on the site of the Weymouth Teen Center. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Tufts Library at Washington Square (early 1900s). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Stacks at Tufts Library. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Reading room at Tufts Library. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Children’s room at Tufts Library. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Washington Square/Weymouth Landing (early 1900s). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Washington Street towards Weymouth Landing (ca. 1910). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Lincoln Square (about 1896). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Washington Square/Weymouth Landing. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Weymouth Landing. Source: Town of Weymouth
Sacred Heart Church at Weymouth Landing. Source: Town of Weymouth
Weymouth Landing U.S. Post Office, first federal building in Weymouth. Source: Town of Weymouth
Weymouth Landing. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Old Union Church of Weymouth and Braintree. Source: South Shore Historical Society
Union Church of Weymouth and Braintree. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Air view of Weymouth Landing (1951). Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Weymouth High School (1898). Source: Digital Commonwealth
Weymouth High School and later East Junior High School in the Civic Center. Source: William and Elaine Pepe
South High School (1970). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
South Weymouth High School. Source: Digital Commonwealth
North High School (1963). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
North Weymouth High School. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Weymouth High School's undefeated football team (1953). Source: Digital Commonwealth
High school graduating class of 1949 in the Weymouth Civic Center. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Bradley Fertilizer Company. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Bradley Fertilizer Company. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Weymouth Iron Works. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Weymouth Iron Works forge. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Weymouth Iron Works upper falls. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Weymouth Iron Works lower falls. Source: Digital Commonwealth
American Agricultural Chemical Co. at River Street. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Reuben Loud’s Mill at Mill Street. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Weymouth Quarry. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Bates Quarry. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
South Boston Ice Company at Great Pond. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Wool mill on the Weymouth Back River (1938). Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Bass Icehouse at Great Pond (1910). Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Weymouth Saving Bank (1923). Source: Digital Commonwealth
Weymouth Back River. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Weymouth Back River. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Weymouth Back River flood control project (1970). Source: Digital Commonwealth
Catching herring in the early 1900s. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Broad Street/Jackson Square. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Jackson Square (1912). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Jackson Square. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Jackson Square. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Town Hall at Middle Street. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Old pump and water trough at Lovell’s Corner (1914). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Clapp Memorial Building. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Clapp Memorial Field on July 4th (1913). Source: Digital Commonwealth
Jackson Square. Source: Digital Commonwealth
House Rock. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Lakeview on Whitman’s Pond. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Westwood Grove on Whitman’s Pond. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Weymouth Civic Center. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Weymouth Heights (about 1900). Source: Digital Commonwealth
Herring run at Jackson Square. Source: Town of Weymouth
Washington School (1990s). Source: Town of Weymouth
Jackson Square. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Jackson Square. Source: William and Elaine Pepe
Lake Street and Whitman’s Pond (1951). Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Air view of Legion Memorial Field (1951). Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Air view of Whitman’s Pond and Middle Street. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
The Weymouth Fair. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Entrance to the Weymouth fairgrounds. Source: William and Elaine Pepe
Stunt Flier at the Weymouth Fair. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Trotters at the Weymouth Fair. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Trotters at the Weymouth Fair. Source: Digital Commonwealth
The Weymouth Fair. Source: William and Elaine Pepe
Grand Army of the Republic at Lincoln Square. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Grand Army of the Republic Post 58 at Mount Hope Cemetery (1882)
Soldiers’ Monument. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Korean War Memorial at Jackson Square. Source: Digital Commonwealth
President John F. Kennedy at Abigail Adams birthplace. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Chief Justice William H. Taft speaking at Clapp Memorial Field (1923). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Independence Square. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Fogg Opera House (about 1900). Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Loud & Stowell Groceries at Main Street. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Fogg Library. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Fogg Library. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Fogg Opera House and Columbian Square. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Fogg Opera House and Columbian Square. Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Fogg boot factory building at Columbian Square. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Old South Union Church at Columbian Square (1967). Source: Digital Commonwealth
South Weymouth U.S. Post Office. Source: Town of Weymouth
Bayley’s Green at Columbian Square (1951). Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Columbian Square (1951). Source: Jodi Purdy-Quinlan
Air view of Columbian Square (1938). Source: Town of Weymouth
Hospital at Main and Columbian Streets. Source: William and Elaine Pepe
Weymouth Water Works (Department) pump station. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Air view of Great Pond (2002). Source: Town of Weymouth
Dugout Aboriginal Canoe discovered at Great Pond. Source: Digital Commonwealth
Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Blimps take off at Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Source: Town of Weymouth
The "big hanger" at the Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Source: Town of Weymouth
Inside the "big hanger" at the Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Source: Town of Weymouth
Inside the "big hanger" at the Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Source: Town of Weymouth
Aircraft at the Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Source: Town of Weymouth
Collapsible planes stored beneath blimps at the Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Source: Town of Weymouth
Blimps inside the "big hanger" at the Naval Air Station South Weymouth (1956). Source: Digital Commonwealth
Helicopters at the Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Source: Town of Weymouth
Helicopter at the Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Source: Weymouth 350 Anniversary Booklet
Blimp at the Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Source: Town of Weymouth
Jets at the Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Source: Town of Weymouth
Jet at the Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Source: Town of Weymouth
Naval Air Station South Weymouth. Source: Town of Weymouth