The original Lowell Sun building (cir. 1905) at 8 Merrimack Street. Also shown are 'Putnam Dining Rooms' restaurant, operated by Frank E. Putnam at 10 Merrimack and Albert E. O'Hare's Furniture Company at 16 Merrimack. It was replaced by the current 10-story building in 1912.
The current, 10 Story, Lowell Sun building under construction at 8 Merrimack Street, corner of Middlesex and Prescott Streets nears completion (1912). The first floor doors remain uninstalled. Also shown is Nelson's Colonial Department Store, Frederick E. Nelson Company Proprietors, at the corner of Merrimack and Central and the rest of Merrimack Street to City Hall. are the restaurant, 'Putnam Dining Rooms', operated by Frank E. Putnam at 10 Merrimack and Albert E. O'Hare's Furniture…
"You can't take it with you". Despite the desire of the Pilgrims to leave behind the british yolk of oppression, They couldn't part with the names of the birth place towns. This 9th century section of the Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms, later The U.K., shows 50 major towns of the day. 80% have sister locations here in New England.