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Image of Uncle Tim's Bridge west towards East Commercial St - W0024

Uncle Tim's Bridge west towards East Commercial St - W0024

Uncle Tim's Bridge west towards East Commercial Street and Tim Daniel's House and Chandlers.

Image of Captain Higgins Restaurant in the Winter of 1975 - W0051

Captain Higgins Restaurant in the Winter of 1975 - W0051

Captain Higgins Restaurant in the winter of 1975, Kendrick Avenue and Commercial Street.

Image of Shirt Tail Point; dredged away where the present marina was built - W0025

Shirt Tail Point; dredged away where the present marina was built - W0025

Shirt Tail Point from the E. NYE album. At this point the building is referred to as "Jim Currans fish house" at the end of Shirt Tail Point. This was dredged away where the present marina was built.

Image of Wellfleet Harbor, Shirt Tail Point - W0026

Wellfleet Harbor, Shirt Tail Point - W0026

Wellfleet Harbor, Shirt Tail Point. Published by A. Covell. Shirt Tail Point from the E. NYE album. At this point the building is referred to as "Jim Currans fish house" at the end of Shirt Tail Point. This was dredged away where the present marina was built.

Image of Captain Higgins "Spit and Chatter Club" - W0029

Captain Higgins "Spit and Chatter Club" - W0029

Captain Higgins "Spit and Chatter Club" moved later across the road to become part of the Captain Higgins Restaurant. Motif #1.

Image of Higgins Shellfish Shop familiarly known as the "Spit and Chatter Club" - W0038

Higgins Shellfish Shop familiarly known as the "Spit and Chatter Club" - W0038

Higgins Shellfish Shop familiarly known as the "Spit and Chatter Club". The dark ship, the "Evelyn S." was built by Herald E. Paines (Railroad and Holbrook Avenues) F.C. Hicks 1938. Photo taken from the hill where the Lemon Pie Cottages stood, Milton's Hill (?)

Image of "The Spit and Chatter Club" - W0048

"The Spit and Chatter Club" - W0048

A second view of "The Spit and Chatter Club" with a nice composition of row boat and dragger at low tide.

Image of Wharf area Wellfleet Harbor, Sealshipt Wharf and Oyster Company - W0052

Wharf area Wellfleet Harbor, Sealshipt Wharf and Oyster Company - W0052

Wharf area Wellfleet Harbor "Sealshipt" Company Sealshipt Wharf and Oyster Company

Image of Commercial St. taken from the lawn at the Adam's Lodge - W0055

Commercial St. taken from the lawn at the Adam's Lodge - W0055

Commercial Street showing the building of Oliver H. Linell, the undertaker, on the right. You can see some headstones through the window. Published by L.A. Covell. View down Commercial Street taken from the lawn at the Adam's Lodge. Simeon Atwood Co. on right, horse trough in center of composition.

Image of Captain Higgins' "Spit and Chatter Club" - W0057

Captain Higgins' "Spit and Chatter Club" - W0057

Captain Higgins "Spit and Chatter Club" showing three "regulars" benched outside.

Image of Lemon Pie cottages on Milton Hill - W0067

Lemon Pie cottages on Milton Hill - W0067

Lemon Pie Cottages on Milton Hill

Image of Lemon Pie cottages on Milton Hill with Duffy Gardenier's Tinker Shop - W0068

Lemon Pie cottages on Milton Hill with Duffy Gardenier's Tinker Shop - W0068

"Lemon Pie" cottages on Milton Hill. Duffy Gardenier's Tinker Shop (he is Myron Taylor's uncle through Loretta Taylor) where a blacksmith, Peter Bruce, would fix dredge blades.

Image of Wellfleet Wharf area, view from the beach - W0071

Wellfleet Wharf area, view from the beach - W0071

Wellfleet Wharf area from the E. Nye album. View from the beach, Milton Hill looking toward the wharf area. Note the bridge over the marsh inlet, the first building on the right being Captain Higgins Shellfish. Photo by Covell.

Image of Opposite view of the bridge, wharf area to the right - W0072

Opposite view of the bridge, wharf area to the right - W0072

Opposite view of the bridge, wharf area to the right. Captain Higgins Shellfish to the left. Note the Electrical poles. Wellfleet wharf area from the E. Nye album.

Image of Indian Harbor cottages - W0092

Indian Harbor cottages - W0092

Captain Higgins "Spit and Chatter Club" has been moved across the street and became part of the "Captain Higgins Seafood Restaurant" (now The Pearl). The "Lemon Pie" cottages were torn down and "Indian Harbor" cottages built. Road left leads back to town from wharf area. Perhaps from the Higgins Shellfish shop. The building far right appears to be either the Wirthmore fuel and grain (Mooney's) and the Railroad Station.

Image of Sailing Pier Chequessett Golf and Yacht Club - W0115

Sailing Pier Chequessett Golf and Yacht Club - W0115

Sailing Pier Chequessett Golf and Yacht Club

Image of Snow's Tourist Home - Commercial Street - W0316

Snow's Tourist Home - Commercial Street - W0316

Snow's Tourist Home on Commercial Street

Image of Rail Road Ave. - W0324

Rail Road Ave. - W0324

Railroad Avenue, Wellfleet. In the foreground is Bob and Helen Atwood's home, the Chester Brown house with porch and, in the distance, what was Horton and Gill's grocery store. Later the Helpee Selfee laundry, a gallery and then the Lobster Hut restaurant. It was originally a barn moved from Hamblen Farm (Helen Olsen). Note: The Hamblen family name has multiple spelling permutations: "Hamblin" and "Hamlin"

Image of "The Moorings" Commercial Street, Wellfleet - W0345

"The Moorings" Commercial Street, Wellfleet - W0345

"The Moorings" Commercial Street, Wellfleet. Given by Mrs. J.H. Higgins.

Image of "The Moorings" Commercial Street (ca. 1890) - W0347

"The Moorings" Commercial Street (ca. 1890) - W0347

"The Moorings" Commercial Street (ca. 1890). Note a sandy Commercial Street. This was printed from a glass plate by Ken Buck.