New Elementary School
Title:
New Elementary School
Dighton Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused


Unitarian Church
Title:
Unitarian Church
Dighton Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo unused

Description:
ev. Harlod L. Rev. Anita T. Pickett School at 10 church Service at 11 September, 1944 10. Church and Congregation (HLP) 17. Debts and Trespasses (ATP) 24. “What is that Light?” (HLP) Other Announcements 10. Parents and all interested in our Church School are asked to meet with the Teachers in the School room at 10, to discuss plans for the year. The school will resume sessions Sept, 17. 13. Alliance meets with Mrs. Ives, 8pm. 20. Mothers Circle at B.C.A.S. Dorm. Note: Mr. Pickett will preach at the Methodist church Sept. 3. Service at 9:50. Subject: “Instead of God”.



Taunton Yacht Club
Title:
Taunton Yacht Club
Dighton Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-17


Hodijah Baylies House
Title:
Hodijah Baylies House
Dighton Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This house was an old tavern during the Revolutionary War. In 1789 it was purchased by Hodijah Baylies and was used as a custom house. In 1810, when Baylies was made judge of the Probate Court for Bristol County, court convened at this house. Hodijah Baylies was aide-de-camp to Washington and was present at the Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown. He remained for a time with Washington at Mount Vernon. The anchors for the frigate, Constitution, were made at Baylies forge at Taunton.



Coram-Shove House
Title:
Coram-Shove House
Dighton Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused

Description:
This house was probably built by Thomas Coram about 1690. Coram came from England and set up a shipyard at what is known as Zebulon's Landing. After ten years he returned to England and founded the Foundling Hospital at London. Later the house was owned by Capt. Anthony Shove, who superintended the building of the steeple on the Unitarian Church. His son, George, built the handsome lyre fence. He was a man of literary and artistic taste. His painting entitled "The Landing of the Norsemen" may be seen at historical Hall, Taunton, Mass.


Camp Tattapanum - Archery Practice
Title:
Camp Tattapanum - Archery Practice
Dighton Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused



Rufus Whitmarsh House
Title:
Rufus Whitmarsh House
Dighton Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1924 Feb-21

Description:
This house was built by Rufus whitmarsh before the Revolutionary War. William Ellery, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, lived with Mr. Whitmarsh during the War, and rode from this house to Philadelphia to Congress on horseback. Ezar stiles, who rented half of the house during the War, later became president of Yale College. Mr. Channing was also domiciled at this house during the War.


Dighton Rock Park
Title:
Dighton Rock Park
Dighton Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1910 Sep-05

Description:
Series 252-750



Dighton Unitarian Church
Title:
Dighton Unitarian Church
Dighton Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo PM 1945

Description:
Rev. Harold L. & Rev. Anita T. Pickett School at 10 Church Service at 11 Nursery Class during Church. (September, 1945). 9. The Living Church (HLP). 16. The Test of wisdom (ATP) 23. The Unknown God (HLP). 30. Peaceable Habitations (HLP). 16. Church School Resumes sessions. 12. Alliance Social with Mrs. Ives at Baylies Homestead 8 p.m. 14. Y.U.P. Annual Meeting. 19. Mothers Fireside Circle.


The Council Oak
Title:
The Council Oak
Dighton Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back

Description:
Beneath the spreading branches of this noble oak the redmen met in council. Meet Me at the "Council Oak" July 17, 1912, and enjoy the many festivities attending the celebration of Dighton's Bi-Centennial. His Excelency, the Governor, and other prominent speakers will be present. Parade, Sports, Public Exercise, Music, Milo Burke's Band, Lotus Quartette. Grand Concert in the Evening.





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